Arsenal Set to Seal Five-Year Deal As Spaniard Prepares For Talks.

It is being reported in many tabloids this morning that Real Madrid are now willing to consider Arsenal's offer for Francisco Román Alarcón Suárez.

Confused as to who this is? Well, it's Isco. That is his full name above. The Spanish international has not been able to seal a permanent spot in the first team since arriving at the Santiago Bernabeu in 2013 and for this reason, he wants to try out his luck elsewhere.

And according to the Telegraph, Arsene Wenger is one of many Premier League managers looking forward to the capture of Isco. The 23-year-old will be given a five-year contract if he eventually agrees to come to North-London.

With a fee of about £35million, Arsenal should be able to tempt Real Madrid and acquire the services of the former Malaga attacking midfielder.

He began his career at Valencia, playing mainly in its reserve team, before joining Málaga in 2011. His performances at the Andalusian club earned him the Golden Boy award in 2012, and a €30 million move to Real Madrid in June 2013.

Isco represented Spain at various youth levels, including at the 2012 Olympics, and made his senior international debut in 2013.

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