Chelsea have reignited their interest in Real Madrid midfielder Isco following a rise in form in recent weeks.
The 27-year-old has featured just 16 times this season in all competitions for Los Blancos following a muscle injury in September.
Initially out-of-favour with boss Zinedine Zidane, Isco has found himself back in the picture under the Frenchman and bagged a goal in the recent win against Valencia in the Spanish Super Cup, which Madrid went onto win.
Chelsea have been previously linked with the 27-year-old, and according to El Desmarque Madrid, the Blues have reignited their interest and ‘will go with everything to land the Spaniard following his recent performances.
The report suggests Chelsea have visited Spain to discuss a potential transfer for Isco this month.
They would be willing to pay £55 million to sign Isco, who would join the array of midfield options at Stamford Bridge. But Florentino Pérez has no intention of letting the midfielder go, but a good proposal at the end of the season could alter his mind.
Chelsea have a huge transfer kitty available, they were not able to add any new arrivals in the summer, due to transfer ban, since the sanction was halved by Court of Arbitration for Sport, CAS, they are ready to go all out to bring quality to the squad.