Arsenal and Liverpool target Isco is said to be ready to leave Real Madrid after declaring that he is currently unhappy at the club, according to reports from the Daily Star.
The 23-year-old is believed to have a strained relationship with current manager Carlo Ancelotti after struggling to hold down a regular role.
He is seen as a backup to Luka Modric and summer signing James Rodriguez and is only selected to feature should one of the two become unavailable.
Both the Gunners and the Reds have been long term admirers of the Spanish playmaker, with Madrid willing to listen to bids around £32.9million.
“I am more than hurt, so I’m not very happy,” he said.
“I thought he [Ancelotti] was doing a good job.”
He joined from Malaga two years ago for an estimated £23million and due to a lengthy injury to Modric earlier in the campaign, Isco has been given 23 starts this season, scoring three goals.