Real Madrid midfielder Isco is reportedly considering his future with the Spanish giants, having seen his opportunities limited since his €30 million move from Malaga, as reported by fichajes.net.
This will come as a major boost to both Arsenal and Liverpool, who have tracked the magical midfielder for a long period of time, even prior to his move to the Spanish capital.
While Isco played in mid week against Liverpool in the Champions League, he is not considered a first choice under Carlo Ancelotti, and that situation has worsened since the arrivals of James Rodriguez and Toni Kroos in the summer.
The departure of Angel Di Maria in the summer should have provided him with more opportunities, but it is only with the recent injury to Gareth Bale that he has become more involved.
With both Arsenal and Liverpool clearly lacking creativity in their side, a move for Isco in January could again be on the cards.