Real Madrid coach Zidane already in contact about next job

Real Madrid coach Zidane already in contact about next job

Zinedine Zidane wants Manchester United and Chelsea target Isco at Real Madrid for "his whole life" after ruling out a summer exit for the player.

News outlet AS claims big names such as Spain global Isco, 25, will be axed in order to usher in a new era of Galaticos.

And that spells bad news for the likes of Isco, who has majorly underperformed during the campaign despite penning a lucrative five-year contract in September last year.

Zidane's side have kept just one clean sheet in their last eight outings, and they could pay a heavy price for any goals conceded against the French giants in next Wednesday's match at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Spanish sports newspaper AS linked Premier League clubs Manchester City, Arsenal and Liverpool with a move for the former Malaga man, claiming Zidane had made a decision to cut his losses on a player whose exit could clear the way for Chelsea star Eden Hazard to move to the Santiago Bernabeu.

While he did start this season well, both form and injuries have since affected Isco and now it looks like Real Madrid want to cut their losses and sell him.

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But the speculation has re-emerged after Isco lost his place in the Real's team following the return from injury of Bale. "It is because I believe in my team".

"He is very good and he has shown".

'He's a superb player and he's shown that, it's not true we want to sell him.

"We have so many games and I'll have to call on all of them". The most complicated thing for me is to make the line-up.

Not only that, he has explained that the player will get game time, as will numerous squad because they have so many games coming up. I'm the one with the hard job of picking the team'.

"I get asked about Isco and I'm pretty sure I'll get asked about Asensio and [Dani] Ceballos and players who might play less than their team-mates".