The Spanish midfielder will almost certainly leave Real Madrid after this season and the most potential media station for him is Sevilla.
Having been highly appreciated by football prediction experts for his potential for growth when joining Real Madrid, Isco’s position has declined dramatically over the years. This season, he is also not the priority choice of coach Zinedine Zidane for an official position in midfield. In fact, the former star Malaga has only played 11 times for Los Blancos on all fronts and only has exactly 3 appearances in the official squad. Remarkably, there has been no match for Isco used for 90 minutes.
In recent years, Isco’s public criticism of coach Zidane in front of his teammates exposed by the Spanish media has made his future at the Bernabeu even darker. Specifically, the 28-year-old star said he was unfairly treated by coach Zidane. This made the French rulers angry and quickly put him on liquidation when the January market was about to open.
However, AS has recently published that Real Madrid will not let Isco leave in January. The reason is that the Royal team has to go through a dense schedule in the near future.. However, things will be different after the season ends.
During the past time, football prediction experts have continuously speculated about the two most potential stops with Isco coming from the Premier League, where Arsenal and Everton are ready to open their arms to welcome players with bold play style. this technique. However, AS reported that Isco has now confirmed its new stop and that is Sevilla.
This source said that the reason Isco had such a choice was due to the very good relationship with coach Lopetegui. In the past, both had time to work together in Spain U20, Spain Tel and Real Madrid. The captain of Sevilla understands the abilities of his former student and sees this as an important piece in the plan to turn the Sanchez-Pizjuan home team into a new force in Europe.
To get Isco, Sevilla will likely have to accept the fee from 15 to 20 million euros from Real Madrid.