Real Madrid are frustrated with one of their star members of the team as the player has repeatedly failed to deliver for the club.
Real Madrid have one of the best squads in European football as the club presently has the services of some of the most experienced and brightest young talents in the world. Los Blancos do have a knack for picking some of the brightest prospects of world football as in the past the Spanish side has brought in youngsters from Europe and South America.
The Whites currently have the perfect blend of youth and experience at their disposal as the team consists of players like Vinicius Junior, Eder Militao, Toni Kroos, Luka Modric and Marco Asensio. The most intriguing aspect about the Spanish Champions has been their luxury of possessing an outstanding bench strength.
However, recent developments suggest that Zidane’s side have reportedly been frustrated with one of the star members of the squad. In recent times, Isco’s role at the club has been questioned by many experts as they believe that the former Malaga man has not been useful to the club’s needs and his recent performances have been mediocre, to say the least.
The Spaniard has been quiet for the past few seasons as he has not had an active role in the first-team for some time. Last season, the player made only 23 appearances in the La Liga scoring only one goal and providing twice in the league campaign.
There have been speculations regarding the attacking midfielder being shown the exit door in the winter transfer window as the club is willing to remove any deadwood from their present roster. In the past, top teams like Tottenham, Manchester City and Juventus have all enquired about the availability of the player and have shown interest in signing the midfielder.
At the moment, Isco has a contract at the Santiago Bernabeu till the summer of 2022 and he himself has not expressed his desire to leave the club despite the transfer rumours. Zidane’s side may not hesitate to offload the Spanish international in the upcoming transfer window if the club feels that a right offer has been placed on the table.