Real Madrid midfielder Isco is ready to leave the LaLiga outfit in the upcoming January transfer window, according to reports.
The 28-year-old Spanish playmaker has struggled for play time at the Madrid outfit, and has started in just three games for the club in LaLiga so far this season.
According to Marca, Isco's father and agent, Francisco Alarcon has communicated the player's idea to the club.
Isco has already been linked with an exit from the club in the winter transfer window, and the latest development suggests the midfielder will certainly leave Los Blancos in January.
Marca also note that Isco even spoke to Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane about the matter and the Frenchman did not try to convince the player to stay at the club.
Isco has already been linked with a move to Everton, although Carlo Ancelotti rubbished those rumours. But, with the player reportedly having his heart set on a departure, it remains to be seen who all will be interested in signing the midfielder.
Juventus and Manchester City are said to have previously expressed their interest in signing Isco, whose current contract with Real Madrid ends in 2022. Should Madrid put him up for sale, the two sides could be expected to revive their interest in the Spaniard.