Huge boost for Everton as target ‘fed up’ at current club, wants to leave in January

Isco (Photo by David S. Bustamante/Soccrates/Getty Images)
Isco (Photo by David S. Bustamante/Soccrates/Getty Images) /

Everton target Isco is fed up at Real Madrid.

Real Madrid playmaker Isco has now failed to get a single minute of football in the last three games. His last start for Los Blancos came on November 8 against Valencia. It’s no rocket science to understand that Zinedine Zidane clearly prefers others over Isco. Zidane himself has admitted that he is finding it difficult to hand Isco more outings.

"Isco is going to be an important player. It is true that he is not playing much and I am not giving him the opportunity to show the player that he is. I feel sorry for my players and I will never forget what I have experienced with them. He has to work hard to get another chance, but what is being said [in the media] I can’t respond because we don’t control it. (via Goal)"

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The player has clocked just 319 minutes this season. His career at Real Madrid is heading towards a dead end and it’s better to end this misery and begin afresh. The Spaniard’s deal is set to expire in June 2022 but his time at Santiago Bernabeu could come to a premature end with a January exit extremely likely.

According to Spanish media outlet Sport, Isco is ‘fed up’ at Real Madrid and is keen to put an end to his time at Bernabeu. Isco’s patience is broken and wants to play for a team where he can get regular minutes. The Spaniard feels that consistency in match appearances is required in order to be fit and sharp for the Euro 2021.

Isco is a key cog in Luis Enrique’s national Spain squad and he needs to be in good shape and form before the prestigious Euro tournament in June. With a January exit touted, Everton can pounce on the 28 year old. The player has been linked to the Toffees and a number of other clubs.

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Isco doesn’t want to go to Juventus and wants to try another league. Premier League seems to be the ideal destination for the Spaniard. Everton won’t have to worry about the transfer negotiations with Real open to a sale. However, negotiating wages can be a task considering the Spaniard currently  pockets €6 million a season