Chelsea are set for a major rejuvenation this summer after a disappointing campaign but their hopes in the market have been affected following the club’s failure to secure a top-four finish.
Spanish outlet Don Balon states a number of clues are queuing up to sign Real Madrid ace Isco, who has struggled to become a regular in Zinedine Zidane’s side, and Chelsea are one of those expressing an interest.
However, it’s claimed Isco has a number of offers on the table and he’s immediately rejected the possibility of a move to Stamford Bridge due to the west London side not having Champions League football to offer next season.
The 26-year-old is open to leaving the Santiago Bernabeu this summer but is determined to remain a Champions League player, as he seeks to continue being a regular in the Spain national side.
Since making his debut in 2013, Isco has accumulated 26 caps for his nation and boasts an impressive return of ten goals, though he faces plenty of competition for a spot in the side – and a transfer to a club that guarantees regular starts could help him in the long-term.