Isco Threatens To Leave Real Madrid If Current Coach Continues Next Season

The Spain attacker has been relegated to the bench since the arrival of Santiago Solari late last year – Isco is wanted by Man City, Juventus and a few other top European clubs at the end of this season Spanish midfielder Isco has reportedly vowed to quit Real Madrid this summer should Santiago Solari continue as the club’s head coach next season.

The 42-year-old took over from former boss Julen Lopetegui, who sacked after Los Blancos 5-1 defeat to Barcelona in October.

However, the midfielder has not started any match under the new manager as the 2018-19 begins to wind down.

SunSport reveals that the 26-year-old has only played just 491 minutes since then, and scoring just three times in 22 appearances so far this campaign.

With three more seasons on his current contract with Los Blancos, Isco is already tired and will consider a move away from the club later this year should Solari be handed the Real Madrid reins on a permanent basis.

Manchester City, Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain and Inter Milan have however shown interests in signing the out of favour star.

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Meanwhile, Italian League giants Juve are in pole position, with Real reportedly keen on signing Paulo Dybala.

The Galacticos are still chasing Chelsea superstar Eden Hazard ahead of a possible transfer and will be happy for Isco to leave in order to free up funds.

However, the report adds Real are looking for top dollar and value Isco at no less than £87 million.

Chelsea have joined Arsenal and Manchester City in the race to sign Real Madrid midfielder Isco. The Stamford Bridge landlords are expected to make a £70 million bid and hope personal terms of around £250,000 a week will quickly be agreed.

According to the report by UK Sun, Isco is ready to leave the Santiago Bernabeu when the transfer window opens in January due to lack of active playing time this term at Real Madrid.

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