Real Madrid playmaker Isco is reportedly keen on a move to Everton when the transfer window reopens in January.
The Spaniard has fallen out-of-favour under Zinedine Zidane this term and he has made only two starts across all competitions.
According to The Mirror, Los Blancos are prepared to loan him out in January with the obligation to buy for £18m next summer.
The former Malaga man also had a fond relationship with Carlo Ancelotti, who managed him for two years and he is open to joining the Toffees.
Isco has bagged over 50 goals and 50 assists during his seven years at Los Blancos, but he has fallen out of contention this season.
He has already voiced his concern regarding the same and is likely to head through the exit door at the earliest.
The 28-year-old is said to be concerned over his national team spot for Euro 2020 amid his reduced gametime under Zidane.