Edu Aguirre confesses that a Real Madrid player has put his house up for sale

24 Nov 2020

The winter transfer market will reopen next January, a key moment to detail new additions and fire some Madridistas who do not quite fit into Zizou’s plans. This season is marked by the numerous casualties and infections of coronavirus that force the French to dislodge his rotation system. Some players are a foot and a half away from the capital and are already looking for new horizons.

“He is a Real Madrid player who has taken an important step to leave Madrid,” Edu Aguirre announced exclusively at El Chiringuito de Jugones about the future of one of Zidane’s pupils.

“There is a Real Madrid player who has in mind to change home in January. He is a Real Madrid player who has communicated to his surroundings that he wants to move home in January. He has also contacted professionals in the sector so that they can value the house, “he added.

The player who has decided to leave his home in January and has spoken with the professional sector so that they value his home and leave in January is Isco Alarcón“, the journalist reported on the sports program.

A very significant gesture that can affect the future plans of the man from Malaga. The player is receiving a great criticism about his performance that even involves and blames his environment. The midfielder does not live up to expectations. The Frenchman has trusted him, but expects him to offer much more on the pitch.

“I think Zidane has tired of giving him so many opportunities. He has been giving him opportunities, but really, he has never reached the level that is expected of him. It gives me the feeling that Isco is more outside than inside. It would seem to me a coherent decision on his part to seek new challenges and motivations away from Madrid, because here I no longer see him succeeding,”said Quim Domenech about the information released by his teammate. 

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