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Barça's Bartomeu: Isco? We'd certainly talk to Madrid

Bartomeu: Isco? We'd talk to Madrid

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Isco has been linked with a move away from Real Madrid and Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu discussed the playmaker.

Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu revealed he would first speak to Real Madrid if the LaLiga champions were interested in making a move for out-of-favour midfielder Isco.

Isco has been linked with a move away from the Santiago Bernabéu as he struggles for game time under head coach Santiago Solari.

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The 26-year-old, who is contracted until 2022, has only made five league starts for Madrid this season, while coming off the bench 10 times.

He has been a regular in their Copa del Rey campaign, though, meaning he could come up against Barça on Wednesday.

Ahead of the semi-final first leg of the Copa Clásico, Bartomeu discussed how the Catalan side would approach trying to sign the Spain international.

"If our coaches asked us for a player and they want to leave Madrid, of course we would sign them," he told El Partidazo de COPE. But it has not happened since I'm here.

Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu

"There are no non-aggression pacts. Each one tries to make their team more competitive. Isco? For the sake of Real Madrid I would speak with the president of Real Madrid [Florentino Pérez]."