One of Zinedine Zidane’s major plans if he remains with the club next season will be to offload Isco.
Zidane has been under pressure due to Real’s terrible run this season, and is ready to allow the Spaniard leave due to his bad performance this season.
Real are currently fourth on the La Liga table, they are 19 points behind rivals and leaders Barcelona. They were knocked out the Copa del Rey by minnows Leganes, and are going to be facing a tough Champions League knock-out match against PSG.
One of Zinedine Zidane’s priorities will be to sell Isco, according to Spanish newspaper AS
AS report that Zidane is disappointed with Isco, who he put faith in to deliver as a creative force this season after letting James Rodriguez go out on loan to Bayern Munich.
They say that while Zidane remains an admirer of Isco’s style of play, his low key performances in a bad season for Real means he is willing to offload the player.
If Isco is sold, it will pave the way for Real to move for Chelsea forward Eden Hazard, according to Thursday’s front page.
Zidane is disappointed with Isco, who he put faith in to deliver as a creative force this season
Selling Isco would allow Real Madrid to move for Chelsea forward Eden Hazard, claim AS
Isco has been a near ever present for Real this season, making 31 appearances and playing 1,985 minutes of action in all competitions.
He has scored seven goals and provided six assists, which, considering he has been earmarked as Real’s primary creative force, has underwhelmed those in charge at the Bernabeu.
Before Christmas, Isco was an unused substitute in the 3-0 home defeat by Barcelona, and also failed to make it off the bench when they crushed Deportivo 7-1 last month.
Zidane, under pressure due to Real’s poor form, is prepared to let the attacking midfielder go