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Transfer Rumors: Real Madrid Duo Could Force Their Way Out Of The Club

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Real Madrid are planning to sign several players next year, but they’re also getting ready to see some of their figures leave the club. It was believed that a host of players were to part ways with Los Blancos last summer, but only a few of them ended up leaving the club.

Next year, though, things might be completely different for the La Liga champions, as Gareth Bale and Isco Alarcon are on their way out of the Santiago Bernabeu. Bale and Isco haven’t had the best time in the club and have decided to call it quits with Real according to reports from Spain.

Bale is ready to push for a move away from the club next summer after growing frustrated with almost everyone at the club. He was very close to going play somewhere else during the summer, but a move to Chinese Super League side Jiangsu Suning collapse at the last minute.

This season started well for him, who managed to record some good performances before Zinedine Zidane decided to drop him from the matchday squad to face Club Brugge in the ​Champions League last Tuesday. According to ​AS, this decision left Bale fuming. Now he’s eager to leave Madrid with Jiangsu Suning thought to be his next destination.

As per Isco, the case is the same, but he could find a new team sooner than Bale. According to Spanish journalist Eduardo Inda, Isco could leave Real next January, trying to find more opportunities to play, as he intends to represent Spain in the 2020 UEFA Euro.

“Isco can leave Real Madrid in January. He thought about it, he’s still thinking about it. He’s not playing and he wants to play the Eurocup. If he doesn’t play [with Madrid], it’s going to be hard and impossible. He believed he could play more and have a bigger role. The problem is the Euro. If he doesn’t play, he won’t be called,” Inda said on El Chiringuito.

Isco and Bale haven’t been Zinedine Zidane’s favorite players, that’s a fact, so a change of air is probably what they need. They’re still good and have the quality to be good at any side, we just have to wait where they end up playing.