Isco is another player who isn’t a part of manager Zinedine Zidane’s plans and might be on his way out of the club in the upcoming January transfer window. In what has been an injury-affected season for him, the Spaniard has only made eight La Liga appearances and 11 overall.
With no goal or assist to show for, looks like the 27-year-old’s Real Madrid career is slowly coming to an end. And with UEFA Euro scheduled for next year, Isco will need a lot more than just 11 appearances in the second half of the season if he wishes to play for Spain in the tournament.
1. Luka Modric
The 2018 Ballon d’Or winner’s fall from grace has been one of the steepest in recent history. Modric, after winning a third consecutive Champions League title with Real Madrid, guided Croatia to the 2018 FIFA World Cup final and subsequently won the BDO.
However, since then he hasn’t been able to perform at the level expected of him. He was linked with a move to Serie A rivals AC Milan and Inter Milan in the summer and chances are that he might end up leaving La Liga for Serie A in the upcoming winter window.