Too soon for Coutinho think about leaving Barca
Phillippe Coutinho has only had one full 'season' with Barcelona after moving in January so it would be unwise to start thinking about leaving the club already. I see the rumours about a potential move to Manchester United - he's 7/1 to make a January switch to Old Trafford - coming more from the press than from the respective clubs or player himself.
Of course, no player likes to be left on the bench and lose his place in the team, but Coutinho must keep fighting to win his place back and it's normal that a player feels unhappy for not getting on the pitch.
When someone is not worried about being left on the bench it generally means the player isn't committed to the team, and I don't see it being the case here.
The former Liverpool man has obvious qualities; he is a great player with all the attributes to be a success at Barcelona and I'm convinced that he will end up proving his worth in Catalonia.
Isco may need to leave Real Madrid
Isco is undoubtedly a very good player, but things have not been going well for him since Santiago Solari's arrival. We don't know if the issues are tactical or physical, or simply a disagreement with the manager who is having a tough time.
Madrid have not played well this season, with Cristiano Ronaldo's absence still a major problem for them, so Isco will be disappointed that he hasn't had much of a chance.
If his situation continues until the end of season he will need to look for solutions that allow him to play regularly, even if that means leaving the club.
It's sad to see such a quality player being left on the bench so often and playing limited minutes, but I wouldn't advise moving in January - let's see if he can get back into the team in the second half of the season.
Christian Eriksen would be a great signing for Madrid
There are strong rumours about a potential transfer for Christian Eriksen from Tottenham to Real Madrid - he's 11/4 to move in January - and he would be a good signing for them.
Consider Madrid's struggles so far this season, they clearly need to reinforce their squad in this transfer window to have any chance of defending their Champions League title and improving their tough situation in La Liga.
Even though they still qualified over the two legs, the Copa del Rey defeat to Levante was another poor performance and they need to do something to shake-up the season. Signing one or two top class players - of which Eriksen definitely is - could be a solution.
Morata could work at Atleti
He hasn't been playing well at Chelsea, but Álvaro Morata is a good striker and a potential move to Atlético Madrid would be a great chance for him to relaunch his career and help Atleti who have been struggling a little offensively.
Antoine Griezmann is the only player that continues scoring goals, and with Diego Costa sidelined, Morata could find a spot on the team and help Los Colchoneros in the second half of the season.
There are also rumours that Morata could sign for Barcelona, but I don't think Barca need a central striker. It's only worth them signing top quality players who could score similar amounts to Suarez and Messi, and they are hard to come by! It would be a signing for signing's sake.