Real Madrid attacker Isco has further hinted at his falling out with manager Santiago Solari, saying he is not getting the chances that his team-mates receive.
After Madrid decided to part ways with Julen Lopetegui after their defeat to Barcelona in the Clasico in October and appointed Solari in his stead, no player at the reigning European champions has lost out more than Isco.
Solari has denied it is anything personal with Isco, but there is no question the attacker has seen his role greatly reduced.
On Thursday, former Madrid player Ruben de la Red spoke addressed Isco’s situation, explaining that any player who isn’t performing up to the club’s standards will lose their spot.
Isco then took to his personal Twitter account to respond to the commentary, saying he did agree with De la Red’s overall point, but that he was not receiving the same chances as his team-mates.
“I completely agree with De la Red, but when you are not getting the same opportunities as your team-mates, that changes things…,” Isco wrote.
“Despite that, I’m continuing to work hard and battling for the moment when those opportunities arrive! Hala Madrid!!”.