Real Madrid suffered a 3-0 hammering at home to Barcelona in the El Classico. Luis Suarez opened the scoring for Barcelona followed by a Lionel Messi penalty. Alex Vidal added another in injury time to seal the game.
The match was the last one of the La Liga for them before the Christmas break. Three players apparently went out on their post the encounter, Diario Gol claim.
Marco Asensio, Isco and Dani Ceballos all reportedly went out separately to dinner with their families and then continued their night in the Spanish capital into the evening. The rest of the team stayed back in the dressing room late into the night, including manager Zinedine Zidane.
And the fact has not gone down well with Perez. Madrid players should have been hiding their faces, reflecting on a disappointing El Clasico defeat.
The club chief is angered by their actions and is having trouble accepting their defense of the La Liga title is over just halfway into the season
The Spanish outlet claim Perez is so angry with the trio’s behaviour that he will consider any respectable offers he receives for them this summer.
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Meanwhile, Zinedine Zidane’s future is also said to be uncertain following the unacceptable loss to Barcelona.
Manager Zidane has been heavily criticised in the recent past, having sold many bright talents ahead of the season.
Former boss Carlo Ancelotti and Chelsea manager Antonio Conte have already been linked with the club. Should he wield the axe, this would see the end of the former Galactico’s management of Los Blancos.
Isco the first one to move out?
"There must be many Iscos out there"@isco_alarcon has responded to accusations he was out partying on Friday night.
He furiously denied them on social media.
— MARCA in English (@MARCAinENGLISH) December 24, 2017
The return of Gareth Bale may be an indication for Isco to fight for his place. Bale was substituted ahead of Isco, who sat out of the whole match as Madrid failed to score. Bale was quite fantastic the 15 or so minutes he was on the pitch.
Now with Perez angry, he might be the first to leave the Bernabeu. The Spaniard is one of the top young creative talents in Europe. Even the slightest indication that he is unhappy at Madrid is enough for clubs to pounce on him.