Real Madrid midfielder Isco is valuing himself out of a move to Chelsea.
The Sun says a very late interest for higher wages may have finished Chelsea’s expectations of landing £75million Real Madrid midfielder Isco in January.
The Stamford Bridge side had been cheerful of anchoring the Spaniard’s signature, just for late lnterest from Paris Saint-Germain to lead the player’s agents to request a greater wage bundle.
The Spanish playmaker has wound up on the outskirts of the first team under new manager Santiago Solari, and has been connected with a few Premier League sides.
The Blues were cheerful to pay wages of £250,000 every week to the wantaway Spain international, in addition to agent’ expenses of 10% in addition to a marking reward.
However the late requests persuaded the Chelsea pecking order that Isco was more keen on the cash than playing for the FA Cup champions.