Real Madrid midfielder Isco has said he would welcome the chance to link up with Tottenham winger Gareth Bale if the Welshman makes the switch to the Bernabeu this summer.

Bale has been heavily linked with a move to the Spanish giants, with reports claiming they may break the record transfer fee to secure the services of the Welshman.

With Spurs chairman Daniel Levy unwilling to cash in on his star man, it remains to be seen where Bale will be playing his football in the coming season, however Isco feels he would be welcomed to the club with open arms.

"He [Bale] is a great player," Isco said speaking after training on Friday.
"If he comes it would be a blessed problem for the boss. If he arrives I would have to welcome him, like all other new players."

Isco only recently joined Madrid himself, after his summer transfer from La Liga rivals Malaga following an impressive campaign, which also saw him flourish in the Champions League and the U21 European Championship.

Carlo Ancelotti's side secured his signature for a fee of £23 million, fighting off stiff competition from Manchester City and former Malaga boss Manuel Pellegrini.

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