Huge transfer on cards: Reports coming this morning that Chelsea bid a 20 million Pound for Isco, Real Madrid remain sceptical

Snehanjan Banerjee / 08 July 2015

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has seen a £20 million bid rejected for Real Madrid attacking midfielder Isco according to reports from the Mirror.

Juventus is also interested in the Spanish enganche and according to Real Madrid they also made a bid for the 23 year old and Real Madrid have rejected their offer also.

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is ready to sell Brazilian advanced playmaker Oscar Dos Santos to Juventus who have interest in Oscar but the clubs are miles apart on the value of the player.

Juventus is also interested in Willian, Mohamed Salah and Juan Cuadrado also. Salah is a target of Italian giants Fiorentina as well.

Juventus are only offering £12m for Oscar which would also only be after a one-year loan spell with a fixed option to buy.

That would help Juventus finance the deal as they look to spend big this summer but that is nowhere near Chelsea’s valuation.

Mourinho is looking to fill Oscar’s void with the former European Golden boy.

Isco joined Real Madrid from Malaga for £23 million but failed to get a consistent first team place with contenders like Gareth Bale, Cristiano Ronaldo, Angel Di Maria in the 2013-14 season and James Rodriguez in the 2014-15 season.

Whenever Isco got a chance to play for the Los Blancos, he impressed and earned many plaudits and also been compared to Real Madrid legend Zidane.

Manchester City also rates the Spanish highly and tried to bring him to Etihad earlier but failed.

Citizens are also looking to bring the flamboyant midfielder.

But Real Madrid boss Rafa Benitez sees him as part of his plans and does not want to let him leave this summer.

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