Manchester City and Manchester United are patiently waiting on the decision of Real Madrid on their veteran midfielder Isco as to whether they will sell or not.
Isco has not been in best of form throughout last season and under Santiago Solari, he was labelled been fat and also he was reduced to a bench role which led to some claims that he would be on his way out of Real Madrid when the opportunity comes.
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The former Malaga star was restricted to just 16 starts in all competitions last season and he is being touted to make a move at the end of the season but the return of Zinedine Zidane to the Bernabeu dugout gave the midfielder a fresh breathe of life at Real Madrid.
Manchester City and Manchester United are two of the clubs monitoring his situation and, according to Sport, Real Madrid has not yet decided whether to cash in on the 27-year-old or keep him in place for another year.
Should Los Blancos opt to sell, it is suggested that Isco could generate a transfer fee of around £120m, despite his loss of form this term, the final say will be determined by Zidane.