REPORT: Real Madrid Star Isco Open for a Move Outside Spain

Spain and Real Madrid attacking midfielder Isco has put clubs on alert after his agent revealed that he is looking for a move outside of Spain.

In an exclusive with Spanish Radio Sports Programme El Larguero, Isco’s father and agent Paco Alcaron revealed about his son’s desire to try another league.

Renowned sports journalist Fabrizio Romano also confirmed the news, leaving the Spaniards future in the Spanish capital seemingly limited.

Isco Ready to Test Himself in Another League

Lack of Form Has Pushed the Spaniard out of Favour at Real Madrid

The Real Madrid attacking midfielders time at the Santiago Bernabeu is finally looking close to an end. The Spanish international had moved to Madrid in 2013 after an impressive spell with Malaga. After playing a key role under Zidane during his first term, Isco has struggled on his return. Despite making 30 appearances last season, the Spaniard managed just three goals and two assists in all competitions.

It has been a similar start to this season also for Isco. The Spaniard has made just three starts and appeared on the bench in Real Madrid’s every Champions League matches. The return of Martin Odegaard has also seen the attacking midfielder falling down the pecking order.

No Bids as of Yet

Paco Alcaron also confirmed that his son hasn’t received any official bids so far. Isco had been on the players rumoured to be on the transfer list during the summer. With Real Madrid struggling financially, Los Blancos will be looking to offload the Spaniard before his contract runs out in 2022.

Now into his eighth season at Madrid, Isco has made over 300 appearances for Los Blancos so far. During this period, he has won every possible major trophy in domestic football, including a record three successive Champions League title.

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