Real Madrid star Isco has put Premier League clubs on red alert after revealing frustrations over his lack of game time at the Bernabeu, report the Mirror.
Isco’s lack of first-team action with Los Blancos is, perhaps, an unfair reflection of his quality. The Spaniard established himself as one of Europe’s most inventive and entertaining attacking midfielders during his time at Malaga. His move to Real Madrid was testament to his good performances.
However, Zinedine Zidane has a wealth of attacking talent at his disposal. The likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and James Rodriguez are all also expecting to start in the trio behind the striker. That leaves Isco very much feeding off scraps.
It appears as though Isco’s discontentment could be about to come to a head. The Mirror quote the 24-year-old, who reveals: “I am calm though I am worried about getting more minutes. I am very happy here but a player’s career is small”
The Spanish international went on to suggest that he is considering his future in Madrid: “We’ll make a decision at the end of the season – it’s my future at stake.”
It appears as though there will be no shortage of interest in Isco if he is to leave Real at the season’s end. The Mirror report that three of the Premier League’s biggest names, Tottenham, Arsenal and Chelsea, have all shown interest in securing his services.
The tabloid also note that Barcelona have emerged as a potential suitor. What a story that would be.