Unhappy Madrid star wants January move to Premier League with Chelsea and Arsenal ready to get deal done?

Real Madrid midfielder Isco is reportedly keen to make a move to the Premier League in the January window, with the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal and Everton all linked.

He is edging closer to s future move away from the Spanish giants after he recently came out and hit out at boss Zidane, as The Spain midfielder has not featured for either of Los Blancos’ last two outings, the 3-1 Clasico victory over Barcelona on Saturday and the stunning 3-2 Champions League loss to Shakhtar Donetsk three days earlier.

It is a situation that the former Malaga man is not happy about, and if it continues, he will seek to leave the club in the coming windows, and he has not done anything to dampen the speculation surrounding his future at the club

“If he has to take me off, he takes me off in the 50th or 60th minute of the game. Sometimes even at half-time,” the player complained on Movistar+’s ‘El Partidazo’ program. “If he has to put me on, he’ll do it in the 80th minute.”

Now reports on Fichajes.net has claimed that Isco has set his sights on making a loan move to the Premier League, with Chelsea, Arsenal and even Everton all linked with a move, with the Merseysiders leading the chase because the Spaniard wants to link up with Carlo Ancelotti.

The reports suggests that The Spanish giants want to offload 28-year-old, who has been reduced to a limited role under Zinedine Zidane, and The Spain international is expected to leave on loan with an obligation to buy for around £18 million ($23m).

Look, if the reports are true and he wants to make that move to the Premier League, then Arsenal, Chelsea or Everton would be very lucky to sign a player that is one of the best in Europe, when he is on top of his game.