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Real Madrid, Barcelona Exits Show Isco and Others the Grass Can Be Greener

Thinking it is one thing, but saying it is another. In the hyper-intensive world that is Real Madrid, where every word is scrutinised like nowhere else, every development can be seen through a political prism and the swirl of self-interest never subsides, being candid is fraught with risk. But Isco went for it anyway. "I'm 24, and if I don't find a place in the starting XI, I'd like to move on," he told COPE (h/t AS).
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