According to Spanish outlet AS, journalist Josep Pedrerol believes Zidane is very disappointed in Isco's form this season and given that he let James Rodriguez leave the club because he believed in the Spanish playmaker, he does not feel his faith has been repaid.
Liverpool have been linked with a move for Asensio for some time now and their name has once again been thrown into the speculation surrounding the midfielder's future, as they are touted as a potential destination for him.
Catalan radio station RAC 1 added that Barcelona offered Isco a signing-on bonus to turn down a new deal at Real and move to the Nou Camp as a free agent once his contract expired. Isco enjoyed a productive first season at the Bernabeu under Carlo Ancelotti, starting 35 games across 53 appearances in all competitions as Real won the Champions League and Copa del Rey.
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There will also be attention focused on Isco, who has lost his place in the side with Bale and Benzema's return to fitness and rumors that the club will look to cash in on him with a big money sale over the summer.
Real Madrid striker Cristiano Ronaldo says he can continue playing football "for years to come". Pochettino has built his Spurs side around the craft of attacking midfielder Christian Eriksen and previously has been linked with a move for the Spain global.
But Zidane has all but ended the debate after claiming that Isco is going nowhere.
"I want Isco [in my team] and I want him to spend his whole life here".
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He helped Real win La Liga in 2003 after scoring a stunning winning goal against Bayer Leverkusen in the 2002 Champions League final.
"They started to throw out the idea that they wanted to get rid of Isco", wrote Balague in his weekly Q & A session on Sky Sports' website.
At 25, Isco is entering the peak years of his career.
"I think a league in which I could play would be the Premier League, or maybe I'm too short ..."
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Isco is a once-in-a-generation talent in his position.