Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has rubbished reports linking Spanish international Isco with a move out of the Santiago Bernabeu with Juventus being the team highly linked with the midfielder.
Isco still has two years to run on his deal at the Madrid club but after playing most matches this season from the bench, reports have emerged that he is not happy and may consider leaving.
However, Zidane, quoted by Sky Sports, says the midfielder is still in his plans for the coming season and neither has he had time to deliberate on the said interest from the Italian champions.
“Isco is a Real Madrid player and he is not leaving.
“We have just finished the season and have not had time to talk about the market or any players who may be of interest to Juventus,” he said.
Isco featured in 43 of Real Madrid’s matches in the just ended season, mostly coming from the bench.