Koke says Isco is welcome at Atletico Madrid

Atletico Madrid midfielder, Koke has thrown a gauntlet to an international teammate, Isco about his unhappiness at Real Madrid. Isco was the Man of the Match against Argentina but spoke of his frustration at not playing regularly at his club, Real Madrid.

The 25-year-old scored a hattrick in the 6-1 demolition of an Argentine team playing without Lionel Messi, though he felt hurt at the Real manager, Zinedine Zidane not selecting him more often.

Koke, who plays for Real’s bitter rivals, Atletico believes Isco should cross to the Wanda Metropolitano if he lacks more playing time at the Santiago Bernabeu. It was Isco’s first treble in the colors of La Furia Roja, the majestic midfielder moaned about his club form after the final whistle. ‘

Isco seems to be having a problem with Zidane, despite playing well last term and being a crucial part of the team that won the Double. Zidane has rotated a lot this term as the likes of Lucas Vasquez, Gareth Bale, and Marco Asensio being given enough minutes under their belts.

Koke said after the game, Koke said, ‘I see it well, the time we are together and when he plays with us is the best, ’His level is spectacular.

In his club, I do not see him every day and I do not know what Zidane thinks, but I love Isco. If he does not have continuity there, maybe at Atleti he would have it.’ Isco is a classy midfield player known for his dazzling feet, ability to spot a run of a teammate, and great awareness of what goes on around him.

He joined Real in 2013 from Malaga and has won a myriad of trophies including three Champions League titles at that time. Isco has started 18 of Real’s 29 La Liga games this season, making a further seven appearances as a substitute. He has scored five goals and provided five assists.

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