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Manchester United chase €40 million-rated Isco

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Manchester United are set to make Real Madrid playmaker Isco as one of their transfer priorities this summer, according to reports in Spain.

Isco joined Los Blancos from Malaga in a deal worth £23 million at the start of the season having reportedly been close to a move to Manchester City to link up with former boss Manuel Pellegrini.

He's started just two La Liga games in 2014 - which according to Spanish newspaper AS could open the door for Manchester United to make a move.

Whether Real Madrid are willing to sell up remains unclear, although they are likely to view the 21-year-old as someone to build a team around in the future.

AS add that the Red Devils could be about to make a €40 million offer for the talented youngster, and reportedly view him as their main transfer priority.

Manchester United are likely to undergo a serious squad overhaul in the summer, with boss David Moyes set to be handed a sizeable transfer kitty to kickstart the Post-Sir Alex Ferguson era.

They have been linked with various midfielders in particular, however they appear well-stocked with players who can play in the number 10 position, including record transfer Juan Mata, as well as Wayne Rooney and Shinji Kagawa.

Manchester United currently sit in 7th place in the Premier League, and fell to a humbling 3-0 defeat against rivals Manchester City at Old Trafford last evening.

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