Reports that Isco was unsettled at Real Madrid during the summer failed to come to fruition, yet there still seems to be a case for the midfielder leaving LaLiga in January with Juventus interested.
Earlier in the week, the Spaniard admitted to MARCA that no contract talks were taking place with less than two years remaining on his deal and that even old club Malaga had approached him regarding a transfer.
Tuttosport have named a different destination for Isco, however, focussing on Juventus’ pursuit of the playmaker that dates back to the summer.
According to the Italian newspaper, Bianconeri director general Giuseppe Marotta is working hard to lure Isco to Serie A in January.
Also named as potential targets for Juve are Toni Kroos and Ivan Rakitic, although the far more likely option is no doubt Isco, who himself would be subject of a hard bargain by Real.