REAL MADRID forward Isco is reportedly still unhappy at the club amid interest from Juventus and AC Milan.
The 29-year-old had been linked with a move away from the Bernabeu throughout Zinedine Zidane’s second spell as coach, but a transfer never materialised.
He is now said to be a little more content with Carlo Ancelotti as coach, however ultimately he still wants to go elsewhere.
According to Calcio Mercato, Juventus and AC Milan are both interested in making a bid for Isco in the January window.
Isco has entered the final year of his contract so Real Madrid could look to cash in while they still can.
Ancelotti reportedly had a conversation with the Spaniard about his future when he returned to the club, suggesting he had a role to play.
He was previously linked with a move to Arsenal in the summer as the Gunners looked to take advantage of him being outcast at Madrid.
But Mikel Arteta’s side couldn’t make much progress and Isco stayed put.
Isco joined Real Madrid way back in 2013 and has played 339 times for the European giants, scoring 51 goals.
He has started two LaLiga matches already so far this season, but was left on the bench in their 5-2 win over Celta Vigo last weekend.
Ancelotti has enjoyed a positive start following his return to Los Blancos with three wins and a draw seeing them top the table after four matches.
His side also claimed a 1-0 victory over Inter Milan in the Champions League on Wednesday night.