Isco is under contract with Real Madrid until 2022 but reports suggest he is weighing up his future in the Spanish capital.
Reports in his homeland have suggested the midfielder has been unhappy with a lack of playing time this season, despite firing Los Blancos to a fourth Champions League final in five years.
And Spanish journalist Eduardo Inda claims the 26-year-old won’t be making any decision on his future until after the Champions League final on Saturday.
“Isco is not happy with the current Real Madrid because he is not considered essential,” Inda said.
“His intention is to listen to offers after the 26th and he will do it even if he is the owner.
”It is considered undervalued and will listen. [Pep] Guardiola loves him since he was coach of Barcelona.”
Guardiola is just one Premier League manager keen to bring Isco to the Premier League.
Spanish publication OKDiario claim Liverpool and Arsenal are both keeping tabs on the Spain international and have made offers along with Manchester City.
Juventus and Bayern Munich have also made contact to express their desire in signing him during the transfer window.
Any deal for Isco will likely take place before or after this summer’s World Cup with the Madrid star set to play for Spain in Russia.
Despite the reported offers being on the table to leave Los Blancos, Isco recently expressed his desire to stay.
“I feel very important and valued in Madrid,” he said.
“In the end all the rumours that Isco is leaving and he is not happy are a lie.”
Source : EXPRESS