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Liverpool are in a hurry because Real Madrid requires € 70m for the Arsenal goal


Publication date: Tuesday 27 November 2018 12:25

Real Madrid has said that Arsenal should raise its offer to EUR 70 million if they want to sign Isco in January.

Liverpool has become the latest club linked to Spain's star, which is also tracked by Naples and AC Milan, but Gunners has already expressed interest, according to Don Balon.

As reported on Monday, Unai Emery hopes to earn money on Real's growing dissatisfaction by launching a cheeky January fly for the 26-year-old.

Arsenal is on the market for a replacement for Aaron Ramsey, who will leave Gunners at the end of the season, and Emery has put his sights high on the Welsh man's successor.

Don Balon claims that the player already has three offers on the table to leave Bernabeu in January, but it has been reported that Gunners has attempted to move into Isco's pole position by launching a € 50m offer for the player now.

Real is in the midst of the biggest crisis they have had this year, with sixth European champions sixth in LaLiga and appearing to fight for the summer exits of Cristiano Ronaldo and Zinedine Zidane.

However, it seems that they will not talk with any offer under EUR 70 million for Isco, which may lead to a new thought on Emery – while liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp sees the player as the perfect exchange for Philippe Coutinho.

The reds are not yet to replace the Barcelona star and money seems to be no subject to the Anfield outfit after the big summer expenses.

Meanwhile, Barcelona is committed to offering a Liverpool and Arsenal goal to PSG as part of their attempt to take Neymar back to Nou Camp. Read the whole story here …

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