ESPN FC pundit Burley was asked which club out of United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham are most likely to mount a title challenge next.
The match was just James’ fifth appearance in the Champions League and just the third start for the 19-year-old in the competition.
Isco has been at the Bernabeu since 2013. He has enjoyed a trophy-laden career at the club, scooping four Champions League titles and one La Liga crown.
James has impressed many over the last season-and-a-half with his offensive capabilities.
Chelsea have already made a new signing ahead of next season, with Hakim Ziyech set to join from Ajax.
A haul of 50 goals in 297 appearances in all competitions for Real Madrid represents a decent return for the former Malaga man. He is under contract until 2022.
The former England boss reckons Lampard should be given the same freedom as Liverpool’s Klopp which has turned the Reds into one of the best teams in the world.
Before football was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic in March, Chelsea sat fourth in the table, three points above United in fifth.
A move away from the Bernabeu to Chelsea would mean plenty of personal upheaval but he is giving serious thought to it.
Kepa was dropped by Lampard in February but returned to the team shortly before football was suspended.
Gnabry and left-back Alphonso Davies caused the Chelsea academy graduate trouble, especially in the second half of the match.
However, United were on a fine run of form before the break, with January signing Bruno Fernandes helping the club extend their unbeaten streak in all competitions to 11 matches.
As a result, Isco has reportedly delayed making a decision on the transfer until after Euro 2020.
Whether Chelsea will be interested by the time the summer transfer rolls around is another matter, however, following the signing of Hakim Ziyech from Ajax.
Premier League football will not return until April 30 at the very earliest due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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