Real Madrid midfielder Isco Alarcon has made up his mind and is now determined to leave the club when his contract expires in 2018 or even next summer if Madrid accept his decision and decide to sell the player, according to MARCA.
Isco himself has confirmed many times that he wants to play more minutes, something he has not achieved ever since he signed for the club in the summer of 2013. Although he has completed some very good performances, he has always been a reserve and that situation will not change with Zidane in charge, as the Frenchman likes a 4-3-3 formation with Casemiro, Kroos and Modric in the midfield and the BBC upfront.
That's why, even though he's happy in Madrid and the board has offered him an extension, Isco will listen to offers from Manchester City, Chelsea and Juventus. Per that same report from MARCA, Real Madrid will still try their very best to sign Isco to an extension, something the midfielder will not accept if he is out of the starting lineup when the bigger games come.