Real Madrid left-back Marcelo made it clear that Isco will continue fighting for the club, despite falling down the pecking order under head coach Santiago Solari.
Los Blancos play Kashima Antlers in the semi-final of the Club World Cup on Wednesday afternoon and it remains to be seen whether Isco will start or not.
"We all know his quality," said Marcelowhen talking about Madrid's No. 22.
"For me, he is the one [in our squad] with the most quality on the pitch.
"Sometimes players play more, sometimes less, there are different moments.
"We should not go over it so much.
"Isco is with Madrid to the death, like all the players."
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Man United's worst start to the Premier League season since 1990/91 campaign has made the club's board sack Jose Mourinho today. Despite the Special One's failure at Manchester, Real Madrid president Florentino Perez still wants the Portuguese to become the Blancos head coach after Santiago Solari, according to Miguel Delaney of The Independent.
Santiago Solari take over at Real Madrid as a caretaker manager right after Julen Lopetegui's sacking and then became the official coach two weeks later because in Spain no club is allowed to have a caretaker for more than 14 days.
Perez reportedly is planning an overhaul at Bernabeu next summer and he believes Mourinho "could be the man to fix their many problems" the European Champions are facing at the moment.
Despite bringing the 2011/12 La Liga title at Spanish capital, the Special One left Real Madrid after the 2012–13 season by "mutual agreement" as it was stated by Florentino Perez. Mourinho himself called his last year at Bernabeu as "the worst of my career".
The Portuguese's time at Real Madrid is remembered for his constant public feuds with the club's key players such as Iker Casillas, Sergio Ramos and Marcelo.