​Defending Serie A champions, ​Juventus reportedly monitoring the situation of ​Real Madrid  midfielder Isco who is said to be unhappy at the Bernabeu after falling out of favour under Los Blancos manager Santiago Solari.


The playmaker has struggled for gametime under Solari ever since he was appointed manager of the side and was once again benched during their 3-0 win over Leganes in the Copa del Rey on Wednesday.


It seems like Isco is destined to leave Madrid and Juventus are ready to secure his services in case the Spaniard decides to move for newer pastures, with the club optimistic that they can sign him ahead of the other top European clubs.



According to ​Gianlucadimarzio, Juve's club director Fabio Paratici is in regular touch with the 26-year-old's entourage, in order to send signals to them that they are ready to swoop in for the playmaker, if he decides to leave the Bernabeu.


Isco is widely considered to be one of the best playmakers in the world and has been a key part of Madrid's success in the recent past, making 261 appearances for the Los Blancos ever since he moved from Malaga in 2013.


He has won one La Liga title and four UEFA Champions League so far and it will be interesting to see how his transfer saga plays out in the near future.