REAL MADRID outcast Isco reportedly failed to warm up during Los Blancos' last three games amid a row with boss Zinedine Zidane.
The playmaker has fallen out of favour under the Frenchman and he was not even asked to warm up during their recent matches, according to Spanish reports.
Isco, 28, last played for Real in a 13 minute cameo in their 2-0 Champions League defeat at Shakhtar Donetsk.
But he has been left on the bench for all three of their games since.
Zidane's side have won all three – 1-0 against Sevilla before a pair of 2-0s against Borussia Monchengladbach and bitter rivals Atletico Madrid.
And the Spain international was not told to get ready by Zidane at any stage in any of them, according to Marca.
The former Valencia and Malaga ace is said to have no future at the Bernabeu under Zidane and could leave in January.
Arsenal and Manchester City have both been linked with Isco's signagture.
He is tied down at Los Blancos until 2022, but he is determined to challenge himself in another league.
His father and agent Paco Alarcon recently told radio show El Larguero: "Right now, we have no offers.
"But Isco wants to try another league."
He then insisted that Isco would be willing to wait until next summer in order to force through a move.
Paco added: "Staying in Madrid would not be a problem."
It has been claimed that Real would be willing to sell the player should they receive a fee in the region of £45million.
Reports from Spain have also stated that Isco could leave on a loan deal with an option to buy in January.
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