With Zidane already established as an icon in Madrid, Isco believes the 46-year-old deserves even more recognition for pledging to rebuild the golden empire which has collapsed in his absence.
"He is a good coach with a lot of trophies but numerous leaders in the dressing room didn't like him and I think that was important in the decision-making".More news: Newcomers Steven Nelson, Donte Moncrief look to add to the equation
"Over the period of time it just got worse".
"Bayern have paid Real Madrid 6.5 million euros a year for each season [that James has been on loan in Munich], and if they want to keep him they will have to activate a purchase clause set at 42 million euros", El Confidencial said on Thursday.
"He is very happy".More news: Five dead, 36 injured in foot bridge collapse in Mumbai
The report goes on to add that Zidane has also been keeping tabs on Tottenham playmaker Christian Eriksen and Chelsea FC forward Eden Hazard. The team has fallen into crisis since he left in May after winning an unprecedented third straight Champions League.
Solari knew he was on borrowed time and with Madrid now sitting 12 points off the Catalan giants in La Liga, the Real hierarchy felt there was no need in wasting any time in making a change.
"Look, we'll change things", he said.More news: Disney-Fox mega-deal set to close March 20
"Zidane has done magnificent things for the club over the past number of years, so it's flawless for him and ideal for the club". What matters is that I am back and we have time to talk about what we have to do.