The Spaniard, Isco of Real Madrid has expressed his distress at the club for not being awarded enough game time in the fixtures. It is thought the Spanish star midfielder is unhappy with his lack of playing time at Real Madrid and is ready to move away from the Bernabeu to get first-team opportunities.

BuzzSport claim the 23-year-old wants to leave the Bernabeu for a club where he will be guaranteed a regular place in the team.

Isco’s dribbling is phenomenal and his long shots and passing happen to be his strengths. Isco holds onto the ball really well, too. His weaknesses include crossing and aerial duels. Describing his style of play, Isco does a lot of lay offs and prefers playing short passes. He also often gets fouled.

Despite his strengths, Isco isn’t awarded enough game time at Real Madrid and it annoys him. Thus, the 23 year old wants to head out of the club to a squad which he can play a full fledged 90 minute game. Arsenal and Chelsea are reportedly interested in the youngster, with Manchester City also a potential destination for the former Malaga man. It is claimed that an offer of €40million (£28.9million) will be too high for Madrid to reject if a bid comes in next month.

Arsenal is currently leading on the PL standings whereas Chelsea is still threatened by the relegation crisis as the Blues are 16th on table. The two clubs will fight a battle to sign the Madrid player, soon. 

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