The attacking midfielder believes the Tottenham star would be a great addition to the squad, and is thrilled with the way he has settled in to life in the Spanish capital
Bale trained this week as Spurs chairman Daniel Levy met with Madrid counterpart Florentino Perez to negotiate a transfer, although Perez has balked at the 24-year-old's £100 million pricetag.
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"The team is really balanced but if Bale comes he would be another plus, which is never a bad thing," Isco told the official Madrid website.
"He’s a great player. I think we already have a solid team, but he would be a good reinforcement."
The attacking midfielder then went on to voice his satisfaction with the way he has adapted to life at the Santiago Bernabeu following his €30m (£25m) move this summer.
"Everything’s been going really well. I adapted fairly quickly and my team-mates have helped me loads," he added. "There’s a really good vibe and we have to keep it that way."