Real Madrid attacking midfielder Isco has reportedly told teammates that he wants to quit Bernabeu amid a lack of enough playing time under new manager Santiago Solari.
⚡ Isco told a Real partner that he wants to go to Manchester City in the winter pic.twitter.com/9rsUfwWhr9
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The 26-year-old has not started under Solari and is said to be frustrated at the situation. Reports this week say he is ready to leave Real Madrid and he would be open to a move to Manchester City in January if Guardiola makes a move.
This was reported by a Spanish football journalist Eduardo Inda, who writes in El Chiringuito who also confirms that the four-time Champions League winner has made the decision about his future.
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Man City manager Pep Guardiola has been a long-time admirer of Isco; but another report claims that if City wanted the Spanish international, they would have to pay a huge transfer fee to secure his signature.
The Express say that whoever needs to secure Isco’s services, will need to activate his €700m release clause.