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30/11/2018 - 20:56 BST

Real Madrid Coach Won’t Be Drawn On Talk of Rift With Arsenal and Chelsea Target Isco


Real Madrid boss Santiago Solari has refused to be drawn into talking about Isco, with Premier League giants Manchester City, Arsenal and Chelsea keeping a keen eye on developments at the Bernabeu.

The Spanish international is yet to start a match under the newly appointed coach and was again left out of the squad for the Champions League fixture against Roma in midweek, a match Los Blancos won 2-0.

The 42-year-old coach insists that Isco's omission was simply a tactical decision and it would be wrong to go into it, despite the fact it has again fueled talk that the midfielder could be on the move soon.

"Honestly, I think there's not really anything to talk about here", Solari told a press conference ahead of the weekend clash with Valencia.

"I spoke the other day. These are things that happen, they are decisions that have to be made. That's it.

"I can't be speculating all the time here with you guys.

"There are 24 professionals, they are all working hard and we have to take decisions. There's nothing more to say."

Solari also took time to insist that whatever he does is the best for every single player and all the members of his squad are equally important.

"I do whatever I consider is best for every single player.

"Every single one is important.

"We are all Real Madrid."

Apart from Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal, two other top European clubs, AC Milan and Barcelona, are also interested in Isco, who has a contract with Real Madrid that runs until the summer of 2022.