Two Real Madrid players are reportedly not happy with their current situation at the club under manager Carlo Ancelotti.
According to Relevo, the players are Luka Modric and Toni Kroos.
Both Modric and Kroos are increasingly dissatisfied with their roles under Ancelotti.
The two midfield maestros are eager for more playing game time and a return to their former prominence within the team.
Modric, a genius midfielder, known for his creativity and vision, is relegated to the bench more often than he would prefer this season.
The Croatian international, who has only started one out of five matches, is no longer content with being just “another player” and aspires to be a fundamental presence in the heart of the Real Madrid midfield.
Similarly, Kroos yearns to regain his status as a starter.
The German midfield maestro longs for the days when he was indispensable to the first eleven. This season, Kroos has started only two out of five matches.