Zidane completely ignores Isco in his upcoming plans with Real Madrid

Zidane completely ignores Isco in his upcoming plans with Real Madrid
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Spanish midfielder Francesco Isco's career with Real Madrid is on the threat of an end soon after the first months of the new season confirmed that he is a marginal player for coach Zinedine Zidane.

The coach's words in January 2016 about Isco and James Rodriguez's plans are just a page from the past. Both players are currently having some difficult moments with the Marini team.

While James Rodriguez is recovering from a muscle problem, Isco is completely out of the coach's plans.

Zidane considers Isco out of his draft now and ignoring him in the Real Betis match was the biggest clue.

The former Málaga player has played in five matches so far in the new season, including only two games he started as a key player.

The Spanish player's total of 186 minutes has been played this season in la Liga, where he was used as a key player in the matches Valladolid and Real Mallorca and was replaced while he entered the matches, Celta Vigo, Granada and Leganes from the bench.

Isco appeared modestly in his two matches as a key player, particularly in the near-disappearing Mallorca match.

The decisive blow was to keep him away from the last real Betis match in which the team drew negatively where the coach did not even make him participate in the warm-ups during the game and this behavior shows that Zidane considers Isco out of his project unless the player wakes up before it is too late.

The player who missed September's matches has not played in any Champions League match so far, and the question remains whether he will get the chance in the next match against Galatasaray.

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