Chelsea target Isco has dropped a major transfer hint following Spain’s demolition of Argentina on Tuesday night.

Isco has been unable to nail down a spot in Real Madrid’s starting eleven during Zinedine Zidane’s tenure as manager. However, the 25-year-old is a regular in Julen Lopetegui’s side for the Spanish national team, and showed why on Tuesday.

The former Malaga midfielder bagged a hat-trick against a Argentina side, who admittedly were without Lionel Messi.

It was the perfect way for La Roja to warm-up ahead of the World Cup in Russia. For Argentina, there are now serious concerns as to whether they will be competitive in the summer.

Following the game, Isco insisted that he needs to keep working hard if he wants to win a starting spot in Madrid.

However, the Spaniard did suggest that he may be the problem at Los Blancos, not Zidane or any of the other immensely talented players he has at his disposal.

Isco is quoted by the Metro saying:

“I aim to be a starter for both my club and international team but the only way I can do that is to keep working hard. There are many great players at Real Madrid, maybe I am the problem.”

The Metro claim that Arsenal and Manchester City are also interested in signing Isco.

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