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Why Isco Alcoron is considering to leave Real Madrid


Isco Alcoron’s agenda may not necessarily connect with Real Madrid at this moment despite having roles to play under Zidane this season.


The Spaniard who used to command first-team shirt couple of seasons ago has found it hard to become a regular starter in the team.

This is and others have made the media to discuss Isco Alcoron’s future. Yesterday during the Post-match conference after Real Madrid’s draw with Villarreal, the manager addressed the player’s future in a few words.

Zinedine Zidane

According to Zidane, Isco Alcoron remains a full member of the squad and will remain a Real Madrid player.


However, the rumours have refused to go away.

Based on a report by Bernabeau Digital, the reasons for the possible departure could be justified.


1. There’s no place for him in the starting eleven because Zidane prefers Federico Valverde

During Zinedine Zidane’s first time at the club, he counted on Isco a lot both the UEFA Champions League and the Spanish La Liga pursuit.


Right now, he prefers Federico Valverde because he is more versatile and can defend better than Isco Alcoron.


2. Zidane’s lineup does not favour Isco Alcoron’s presence

The Real Madrid manager uses 4-4-2 which favours Isco. But right now, he uses Martin Odegaard instead while shutting the Spanish international out.


3. Possibility of being left out of Spain’s European Championship squad

Also Read: Isco, Vinicius Junior on free-kick test 

If he continues to sit outside the first-team squad, he may be left out of the squad for the championship. The Spanish national team manager may not necessarily look at him based on his a record, but what he can offer at the moment.

Ibiye Ambille
Ibiye Ambille is a senior editor at Interesting Football, specializing in news reporting and analysis. Love's football, follows the game with passion. Ibiye holds a Diploma in Electrical Engineering at Ken Poly.

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