Isco has reached an agreement to leave Real Madrid this summer, claims Diario Gol.
After hitting a hattrick in Spain’s demolition of Argentina, Isco further fueled the rumors that he may be on the move by claiming he doesn’t feel confident at his club, saying:
“It’s the first time I scored three goals and, of course, I am very happy. When you do not have continuity with your team, the matches with the national team give me life. Here I have the confidence of the coach, in Madrid maybe I have not won it. I want to show that I am a good player. Julen shows me confidence with minutes. I do not have the confidence that a footballer needs [at Madrid], maybe the problem is me that I did not know how to win Zidane’s confidence.”
The Spain international has struggled to make an impact at the Bernabeu this 2017/18 season, leading to speculation he could be set for an exit.
Chelsea and Manchester City are prepared to offer big money to prise the 25-year-old away from the Bernabeu, with the latter ready to make an offer worth up to €80 million.