Real Madrid’s promising attacking-midfielder Isco wants to hold talks with the club regarding his future having become frustrated at his lack of playing time in Madrid. Isco was signed from Malaga last summer in a 25million deal and began the campaign superbly in the starting lineup, scoring four goals in his first five matches. However, he has gone on to lose his place in the team and has not completed a full 90 minutes since the end of November, which has made him unsure as to whether manager Carlo Ancelotti depends on him. The news will alert the likes of Arsenal, who were rumoured to be interested in the Spanish international in the January window. Tottenham Hostpur, who came very close to signing him in his Malaga days but did not follow through on their initial offer, might not want to make the same mistake twice. Isco has lost his place in the team since Gareth Bale’s return from injury as well as Angel Di Maria making telling contributions for the team.