Isco is reportedly looking to leave Real Madrid at the earliest opportunity having become disillusioned with life in the capital. The Spain international has been at the Bernabeu since the summer of 2012 and has been a regular for Los Blancos during his stint, albeit a large number of his appearances coming from the bench.
The 26-year-old has recently returned from a spell on the sidelines after appendicitis but has completed 90 minutes once since his comeback, starting Real’s last two games on the bench.
Despite winning numerous honours with Real, the former Malaga man is said to be ready to call time on his stint with Madrid, reports in Spanish daily AS claiming he will be looking to move on in the January transfer window.
It is understood Italian champions Juventus are very keen on Isco but the reigning European champions are reluctant to let him go and are not prepared to sell him on the cheap.