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REAL MADRID, Solari: "Happy for ISCO. Transfer market? I'm not in charge of it"

07.12.2018 09.17 by Claudio Colla  read 540
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Commenting upon the 6-1 victory over Melilla, achieved in Copa del Rey round-of-32 match, Real Madrid boss, Santiago Solari, mainly talked about Isco, recently linked to a winter move, with Manchester City leading the race towards him: "I'm very happy for Isco. It's just a pity he didn't manage to score his third goal last night. It's been a good time for Asensio and Vinicio as well. They've all got the right skills to play for Real, it's just I have to make choices, concerning whom to line up. Transfer market? It's not my piece of cake, and I'm not the one in charge of it".

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