Isco’s contract with Sevilla was amicably terminated after less than five months, Sevilla has confirmed. Isco, who has made 38 appearances for Spain. Joined Sevilla hoping to advance his career after spending recent years as a bench player at Real Madrid. The 30-year-old only managed to score once in 19 outings for Sevilla, and since head coach Jorge Sampaoli Isco took over in October. His playing time has been significantly cut back.
Isco’s departure from Sevilla marks the end of a frustrating spell for the player. Who has struggled for playing time at both club and international levels in recent years. After breaking onto the scene with a string of impressive performances for Malaga. SevillaIsco joined Real Madrid in 2013 and became a key player for the club. However, in recent seasons, he has found himself out of favor under various managers, including Zinedine Zidane and Santiago Solari.
Isco’s future is now uncertain, with the player set to return to Real Madrid. It is unclear whether he will be given an opportunity to fight for his place at the club. Whether he will be made available for transfer in the upcoming transfer window.
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What did the Sevilla’s Isco say?
The club said in a statement:
“Sevilla FC and Isco Alarcon have agreed to terminate the contract that united both parties since the player from Malaga joined the Nervionense club last summer after finishing his spell at Real Madrid…The club wants to wish Isco all the luck in the world in his new professional challenges.”
Sevilla has had a challenging season thus far, having won only two, drawn five, and lost seven of their first 14 league games. Their La Liga ranking is 18. In any case, Isco’s time at Sevilla has come to an end, and the club will now have to look for other options in midfield as they aim to secure a top-four finish in La Liga and progress in the Europa League.
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