Real Madrid's Isco pulled off an outrageous back heel last night

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Real Madrid attacking midfielder Isco pulled of the most outrageous back heel flick in last night's loss to city rivals Atletico Madrid.

The 22-year old managed to flick a midair ball with his heel over a defender to teammate Cristiano Ronaldo.

Isco is a transfer target for Arsene Wenger and the French manager would have liked what he saw as he reportedly prepares to place a £64M bid for the young star, according to the Daily Star.

It looks as if Wenger may be ready to buy his way back into the top four with the club also interested in Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin alongside North London rivals Tottenham.

However, the Evening Standard has reported that a deal for the £25M man would be unlikely in this transfer window.

Isco's magic moment wasn't enough to prevent Real falling to their second loss in a row after Valencia ended their 22-game unbeaten run on Sunday.

The loss means that Madrid will have to overcome a two goal deficit at the Bernabeu in order to progress to the quarter finals of the Copa del Rey when they play the second leg of the tie next Thursday.

Madrid will be hoping to bounce back on Saturday when they face Espanyol in the La Liga.

They currently sit top of La Liga, one point ahead of last night's opponents and out-of-sorts Barcelona.

Watch Isco's flick here...

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