Real Madrid midfielder Isco has reportedly informed the La Liga giants of his desire to leave the club in the January transfer window.
The Spain international has struggled to nail down a regular spot in Zinedine Zidane's first XI recently and has only started three of Real's seven La Liga games this season.
Isco was linked with a move to the Premier League throughout the summer - namely with Everton amid talk of a reunion with Carlo Ancelotti - although the Toffees boss has since denied those "bullshit" rumours.
However, according to Marca, Isco already has one foot out of the door at the Bernabeu after voicing his desire to leave through his father and agent, Francisco Alarcon, and Real are not prepared to stand in his way.
Isco still has just under two years left to run on his current deal at the Bernabeu, but with a spot in Spain's Euros squad at stake, the 28-year-old is understandably said to be keen to move elsewhere in search of regular first-team action.