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Santiago Solari has been appointed as Lopetegui's temporary successor and Bale is hoping the former Real midfielder can steady the ship and get the team firing on all cylinders.

The silky Spaniard has fallen out of favour under Solari and wasn't even named in the squad to face Roma in the Champions League on Tuesday, with Madrid winning 2-0 at Stadio Olimpico.

Isco's relationship with Real Madrid boss Santiago Solari has hit "rock bottom", report OK Diario.

"These are calls that you make in a certain moment", Solari said of Isco, who was fit and available for selection. The 42-year-old has explained why the playmaker was dropped by him and has stated that it was a sporting decision. "It is up to all players to be at 100 percent, so the coaches pick them". "Always easier to talk after the game, but we must do it before". We're all very happy for him.

The Argentine defender was signed by Spurs in 2014, yet played just 32 times in north London and completed a solitary full season at the club.

An all-important goal from Gareth Bale some 60 seconds into the second half and great link-up between the three forwards led to two goals for the good. Real Madrid was victorious, claiming a 3-0 win behind goals from Isco, Gareth Bale and Mariano. "We are grown-ups, fathers with families, we know what we have to do".

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I think that in a style of play like City's he could do very well.

"That is football, it can be frustrating sometimes when things are not quite coming off", he said.

Solari is said to have offered his hand to every player, with Isco not reciprocating.

"But I know from experience you just have to keep working hard, together as a team, and we did that today".

Real and Roma went into the game locked on nine points but having both suffered shock domestic league defeats at the weekend - the Italians losing 1-0 at lowly Udinese while Madrid suffered a stunning 3-0 reverse away to mid-table Eibar.