Man United to be offered £70m-rated attacking midfielder

Real Madrid are ready to sacrifice Isco in an attempt to force through a deal for Paul Pogba.

Isco is one of a handful of players unwanted by president Florentino Perez as the Spanish giants continue to reshape their team.

However, Zinedine Zidane is understood to be keen on keeping the Spanish forward as he feels he can still play a part next year.

If Florentino Perez gets his wish Isco will be on his way to Manchester United this summer and Paul Pogba – also wanted by Los Blancos manager – will be on his way to Santiago Bernabeu.

Real Madrid will also apparently hand over around £40 million to further tempt the Red Devils into doing business.

Isco, who has spent six years with the capital club, is also understood to be a target for Manchester City.

Meanwhile reported Arsenal and Manchester United target Armando Izzo has responded to interest from English giants.

In an interview with La Gazzetta dello Sport, Torino’s defender has responded to reports. simply stating: “In the meantime, I am happy, everyone likes to be courted.”

The Italian only moved to Torino last year and has since had the best campaign in his career so far. The defender missed just one game in the league entire season and was one of Torino’s standout performers.

The 27-year-old’s brilliant campaign was not enough for Torino to enter the Europa League spot as they finished just three points behind Roma.