Isco wants a move away from Real Madrid

Isco transfer news, Real Madrid, Manchester City

Isco Alarcon, Spain’s most talented attacking midfielder and Real Madrid’s current jewel wants a move away from Real Madrid. Spaniard is struggling with his game time at Real Madrid again, and he doesn’t want to waste time staying off the pitch.

Diario Gol reports that Isco’s representatives have met Manchester City’s scouts at a dinner in Madrid recently. It adds that Spaniard is no longer a fringe player in Real Madrid lineup and he wants regular playing time.


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Isco constantly threaten to leave Real Madrid last summer as well, but coach Zinedine Zidane and management team responded with offering him more playing time and he signed a new deal. The situation was helped by Gareth Bale’s long injury, which gave him ample time to prove his worth on the pitch.

Spaniard proved his worth as well performing his best and it felt like he’ll get regular playing time with Los Blancos. However, the dream run doesn’t last long and with Bale’s recovery, BBC has once again become the prime candidate to find place in Real Madrid’s playing XI.

Isco sees there is not much to do, watching games from sidelines. He’ll have to look for the opportunity elsewhere if he wants to flourish in his best years of playing time. A career away from Real Madrid will help him play regular and become a reckoning face in European football.

He is in contacts with several top European clubs, but nothing has finalized yet. Man City’s coach Pep Guardiola is closely watching his move and he is aware about Isco’s discomfort at Santiago Bernabeu. He will be a right fit for Guardiola’s team, if he ever prefers to leave Madrid and Spanish football. Premier League will welcome him, because he is the kind of attacking footballer a top league demands. Premier League clubs like Chelsea and Liverpool are also lining up for the Spaniard move and it’s all on him, whom he would prefer to make a move away from Santiago Bernabeu.

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