Real Madrid are losing patience with James Rodriguez and Isco and could sell the attacking midfield duo this summer amid links with Manchester United and Arsenal respectively, according to reports from Marca.
The pair have endured turbulent seasons in the Spanish capital in what has been a tempestuous campaign at the Bernabeu that has seen Rafa Benitez lose his job as manager a matter of months after being drafted in.
Both Rodriguez and Isco were dragged off by new head coach Zinedine Zidane during the weekend loss to bitter rivals Atletico Madrid, and now reports claim that Los Blancos are open to the idea of selling the pair this summer.
Rodriguez has been heavily linked with Man United for some time, with the Colombian playmaker a potential marquee buy in what is likely to be a big off-season at Old Trafford.
The 24-year-old starred for his nation at the 2014 World Cup before joining Real, but has struggled to truly fulfil his billing in the white shirt.
Isco has been linked with a host of European clubs, with Arsenal thought to be keen.
The Spain international is known for his neat passing and goal threat from midfield, yet he’s largely failed to cement a regular role at Real since signing for the club from Malaga in 2012.