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DIRECTV Sports ™ | Solari, about Isco's absence: "This is a closed topic"



Argentinians believe that nothing happened with Spain and that they were technical decisions.

Real Madrid face this Saturday Valencia and Santiago Solari He reviewed all the news about the white club at a press conference after the last training this week in Valdebebas. A news that occurs almost solely because of the situation Isco Alarcón and the Copa Libertadores final that took place at Santiago Bernabéu.

How did the victory in Rome affect?

"Joy at work, sense of responsibility, and daily work is 80% of everything. In football and in any work."

What do you think about the Libertadores final that was played at the Santiago Bernabéu?

"They are a mixed sensation. It is an honor for Real Madrid, for our stadium, to accept the final of the Libertadores and Superclásico with the two biggest clubs in Argentina. I hope the stadium with our history helps put a good closure for this final so complicated. side, on the other hand, I can't help mentioning the cause that brought him here that you have to play the sea far from Buenos Aires, and that you have destroyed many hearts.

Is Isco ready to play after being in Rome?

"Honestly, I think it's a topic that doesn't give more than itself. They are a special decision."

Isco a bad professional? Are you not respectful?

"Really, I think the subject doesn't give more than himself. They will understand that I can't look for speculation. There are 24 professionals. Everyone works, and we are here to make decisions."

What do you need before Valencia?

"We know that this is a team that is very organized, tactical, has lost a few goals. We have to rely on our players and their talents, and do it right, and be aggressive."

How do I recover the best version from Isco?

"I do what I think is best for each player. Everyone is important, because we are all Real Madrid."

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