Isco was regarded as one of European football’s hottest prospects when he joined the Spanish giants from Malaga in 2013.
And he’s since helped them collect 12 trophies, including the Champions League on three occasions and La Liga once.
Isco’s struggled to nail down a starting spot in Madrid though, with bigger names often preferred by a succession of Real managers.
The latest reports from Spain suggest the 25-year-old has issued a set of demands to Real president Perez with Manchester City circling.
According to Diario Gol, Isco is determined to be brought in from the fringes ahead of next season.
But for that to happen he believes three key figures need to leave Real and he wants Perez to make those exits happen.
Isco is said to be on bad terms with Ronaldo, who it’s claimed has continually asked Zidane to bench the midfielder.
And alongside being keen for Ronaldo to be gotten rid of, Isco is asking for Zidane to face the axe too.
Isco is hoping to see Benzema moved on as well because he feels the underperforming Frenchman is affecting his first-team opportunities.
The former Valencia youngster is aware that he wouldn’t be without options should Perez fail to deliver.
Diario Gol reckon a cluster of European clubs have their eye on Isco.
And front of the queue of teams willing to offer him a route out of Real are City.