Unbelievable! Wenger Submits £71 million For Isco & James

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According to the Telegraph, citing reports from various reports in Spain are claiming that both James Rodriguez and Isco at Real Madrid could be in danger, as the duo has fallen down the pecking order from the hands of the Los Blancos manager Zinedine Zidane.

Arsenal however, are believed by now must have been alerted by the recent updates from Santiago Bernebeu as they have been previously linked with a possible move for the duo, and more so, the Gunners move Riyad Mahrez its still uncertain and they could switch attention for either one of the Los Blancos outcasts.

Report according to a Spanish news outlet Marca as cited by the Telegraph also claimed that there have a bid submitted for James from an unnamed club believe to be in the range of £71 million.

However, with the Arsenal manager earlier confirming that money is never a problem for him if he has to pay it for what is requested, there are rumours that the unnamed club according to the Spanish outlet could be Arsenal.

He said in an interview as follows: “The money is never a problem for me if we have to pay what is requested.”

“The price of a player is down to four ingredients – talent, age, how much you expect him to improve your team and his re-sale value.”

“If he ticks all four boxes the price is not important.”

On the contrary, doubts about Spanish international Isco at the Bernebeu has interested the Gunners, and with the Premier giants known to be long-term admirers of the Spanish midfielder, they could look to take advantage of the situation and complete the signing of Isco.

I believe this could be a mere speculations as with the amount of attacking midfielders at the Emirates now, it is unlikely that the Frenchman would try and move for either James of Isco, but they will definitely be a welcome addition to the Arsenal side should Wenger however, signed any of them.