Juventus are stepping up their pursuit of Real Madrid playmaker Isco and could sign the Spaniard for £66million next year.
The midfielder appeared to be heading towards the exit door in Madrid but wanted to stay after Zinedine Zidane was reappointed as manager.
His future remains in the balance and Calciomercato report that Juventus are increasing their efforts to sign him.
Isco struggled for form under Santiago Solari last term and failed to significantly improve when Zidane took over.
Real rejected approaches for the 27-year-old this summer in the hope that he would be a key player this season.
But Isco has only started one game in La Liga this season and appears to be out of favour.
Juventus are ready to pounce and have the blessing of former legendary playmaker Andrea Pirlo, who said the club should sign him 'immediately'.