Sevilla are in principle agreeing to sign former Real Madrid midfielder Isco to a two-year contract – with his medical set for Monday with the LaLiga side
- Sevilla have agreed on a free transfer of former Real Madrid star Isco
- The Spanish midfielder was a free agent after leaving Los Blancos this summer
- Isco, 30, signs a two-year deal with the LaLiga side, with a medical on Monday
Sevilla have agreed a deal to sign former Real Madrid star Isco.
The Spanish 30-year-old was a free agent after leaving Los Blancos when his contract expired at the Bernabeu this summer.
And the club has announced that Isco will sign a two-year deal, subject to final details of the deal.
Sevilla have agreed to sign a two-year contract with former Real Madrid star Isco (above)
The attacking midfielder is in Seville on Monday for his medical, after which Isco’s arrival will be confirmed if all goes well.
The 38-cap international was Carlo Ancelotti’s first signing at Real, moving from Malaga for £23 million at the age of 21.
In his first season, he made 53 appearances in all competitions, scoring 11 goals and providing nine assists.
The 30-year-old Spaniard won five Champions League titles during his time at the Bernabeu
If confirmed, he will become the third signing of the summer for boss Julen Lopetegui (above)
Although Isco became more of a fringe figure after several injury issues, he still made 353 appearances for the Spanish giants, scoring 53 goals in his nine seasons in the capital.
He has won five Champions League titles, three LaLiga crowns, three Spanish Super Cups, a Copa del Rey, plus four FIFA Club World Cups and three UEFA Super Cups.
Once confirmed, he will become Julen Lopetegui’s third signing this summer, following the arrival of Galatasaray centre-back Marcao and Manchester United left-back Alex Telles on loan.