The “Isco kid” set to sign for Real Madrid next week

According to the Spanish radio program “El Larguero” on Cadena Ser, Malaga’s highly rated attacking midfielder Isco, will sign for Real Madrid next week. This news comes as the first piece in the Real Madrid puzzle who are still without a coach following the announcement that Laurent Blanc will be the new manager of Paris Saint Germain.

On Friday (yesterday), Real Madrid interrupted the Malaga player’s vacations, pointing out to his father that his son would not be joining Real Madrid to be sitting on the bench. Those are the words that would have driven the negotiations that will be made firm in writing next week.

Isco to cost Real Madrid between 25 and 30 million euros

The cost of the transfer of Isco to Real Madrid would cost president Florentino Pérez between 25 and 30 million euros, as it finally appears that no other player will be used in the transfer operation of the 21 year-old Spanish international.

Francisco Román Alarcón Suárez, Isco’s full name has left his mark on the Under-21 Championships in Israel where Spain beat Italy in the final by 4 goals to 2. Isco was instrumental in their win and Manchester City will be kicking themselves that Real Madrid have pipped them to the post on signing him.

Manchester City had hoped that Isco’s close relationship with new manager manuel Pellegrini and the prospect of regular football at the club would prove decisive when negotiations got under way.

The signing of the 21 year has been a real coup for Madrid and he will certainly leave his mark on the club as he’s a quality player.

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    Valora en Malaga’s Isco is set to sign for Real Madrid if we are to believe reports from Spanish radio program “El Larguero” on Cadena Sur. The 21 year old attacking midfielder was wanted by Manchester City but Real have also promised…