Isco wanted by Liverpool - Rodgers makes enquiry

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Liverpool are reportedly chasing Real Madrid star Isco and manager Brendan Rogers has made an enquiry for the youngster, according to the Daily Mail.

The former Malaga midfielder arrived at the Santiago Bernabeu at the start of last season, however he failed to force himself onto Carlo Ancelotti's team-sheet week in, week out. As the Reds try and replace Luis Suarez, Brendan Rodgers has already brought in some key signings including Lazar Markovic and Adam Lallana.

Rodgers wants Isco

However, it appears that Rodgers would like to bring an extra bit of class to Anfield and he believes that Isco could be just the man. With Liverpool competing in the Champions League next season, they need as much European experience as possible.

Isco would arrive on Merseyside fresh from winning the Champions League with Real Madrid. He made six appearances in last year's competition and managed to grab himself three goals with one assist. Clearly, he has proven form amongst the best sides across the continent and he would add to Liverpool's attacking line up as they enter the competition for the first time since the 2009/10 season.

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Not the answer

Although Isco would be a fantastic signing, it seems that he could still be in a fight for his place at Anfield.

Attacking midfielder Philippe Coutinho had a superb season last term, especially in the second half of the campaign. Furthermore, Adam Lallana has joined from Southampton for £25million and he plays a similar role behind the strikers.

Isco is a class act, however I don't think that he should be brought in by Rodgers. Liverpool's problem is at the back, keeping out goals and he should invest his transfer fund to aid that problem.

Isco is a not a significant improvement than what Liverpool already have and lets not forget Lallana was playing for Southampton last season, so he should improve even more at Anfield.

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