Real Madrid and Malaga will meet today to try and reach terms of agreement on the transfer of Isco.
The young playmaker commented earlier this week that he has proposals from both Madrid and Manchester City to move this summer.
However, his employers have since made clear that they would only sell him ‘at the right price’.
On from this, and the player’s return to Spain after helping the Under-21s retain their European Championship title in Israel, Madrid are seen as reactivating talks with Malaga.
Marca understand that the two clubs will meet on Friday, a month after first making contact, to try and come to an agreement for the 21-year-old’s transfer.
It is believed that whilst the player’s buyout clause is set at €35m, the amount Malaga would accept is a negotiable figure.