The player looks to be on the outer since Santiago Solari took charge of the team and the player is reportedly keen on moving to Paris despite plenty of interest from elsewhere including Liverpool, Barcelona, Juventus and Manchester United.
Like Keylor Vavas, Isco finds himself struggling for regular first team football under Solari and is looking for a way out.
The 26-year-old could cost as much as €100m according to stories in France today but PSG are willing to pay such an amount as midfield is an area where they are in need of reinforcements. He could potentially link up with Karim Benzema, a player he knows well.
PSG have been linked with the player before and the now Arsenal manager Unai Emery tried without success to bring Isco to Paris two years ago.
Once described as "the best young player on the planet", Isco was long regarded as the ideal replacement for Mesut Ozil but he has failed to live up to such lofty expectations.
He was a favourite of Zinedine Zidane and also Julen Lopetgui though when he originally signed, he failed to convince then-manager Carlo Ancelotti that he was worthy of a regular first team place. Isco may have been used in a variety of positions but most believe his best performances have come when he plays high up the pitch almost as a third striker. In the past he has deputized for Gareth Bale as a winger so his versatility could make him attractive to any potential buyers.
Le média ajoute que le Real Madrid réclamerait 100 M€ pour céder son joueur. Des contacts existent également avec le FC Barcelone, la Juventus Turin, Manchester United et Chelsea.