Isco is fed up and wants to leave Real Madrid in January window

The Spain midfielder is tired of being ostracised by Zinedine Zidane

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Isco is fed up of the ostracism he's being subjected to at Real Madrid and after weighing up his options has decided he wants to leave the club, according to Diario AS. 

Coach Zinedine Zidane has left him on the bench for the last three games, breaking Isco's patience. He wants to find a club where he can play regularly and that means he has to leave Madrid. 

Isco would like to leave in January when the transfer window. He feels he needs to play in the build-up to Euro 2020 next summer to have a chance of making Luis Enrique's squad. 

Fede Valverde, Lucas Vazquez and Rodrygo Goes are all ahead of Isco in the pecking order at Los Blancos now and he doesn't see how things change for him, at least in the short-term. 

However, leaving Madrid will not be easy. The ex-Malaga playmaker has a €6m annual salary and clubs will struggle to match what he currently earns. 

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