Real Madrid midfielder Isco is reportedly ‘one foot out’ of the club as he continues to struggle this season
Isco had moved to Bernabeu from Malaga in 2013 and was famously favoured over Gareth Bale in the 2017 Champions League.
Until recently, a move away would have been unthinkable, but the 26-year-old’s disastrous few months have made it plausible.
According to AS, Real Madrid could listen to offers for the midfielder at the end of the season. The club is said to be dismayed over poor form credited to a lack of involvement in training, while his relationship with coach Santiago Solari and other staff is reportedly strained and/or poor.
AS suggests that Real are keen to be ‘cautious’ with a ‘delicate situation’, but will have to consider Isco’s future at the club if things do not improve between now and summer.
Isco, who was whistled at by Real fans during the embarrassing 3-0 home defeat at the hands of CSKA Moscow on Wednesday night and was involved in further controversy when he appeared to reject the captain’s armband when Marcelo was substituted, has barely started under Solari.