Spanish international midfielder Isco has apparently admitted that he is unhappy at Real Madrid this season, having slipped in and out of Carlo Ancelotti’s plans, according to the Daily Express.
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Despite his good form when he has been in the side, he has been unable to hold down a regular first team place and has now hinted that he could be ready to move on at the end of the season.
The 23-year-old moved to the Spanish capital in a €30million deal in the summer of 2013, rejecting the chance to follow manager Manuel Pellegrini to Manchester City after the pair had worked together at Malaga.
Isco currently has 22 appearances in La Liga this term, but seven of those came from the bench, as he has frequently found himself behind James Rodriguez when he has been available.
And he now looks set to seek out a move during the transfer window if his comments in the Spanish press this week are anything to go by.
“I am not very content, I thought I was playing well,” he said.