After spending 9 years at Santiago Bernabeu, Real Madrid’s ace midfielder is set to leave the club. The former Malaga man penned down a long message on his Instagram and posted some of his best moments spent at the club.
Isco joined Real Madrid in 2013 for €13 million Euro. And now after winning 5 Champions League the Spaniard announced his departure from the club.
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Isco’s contract is going to expire in 2022 June and he is not going to renew. Instead, he will look for options and will make his transfer on a free move. So, which are the clubs leading the race for Isco’s signature? Let’s have a look.
Odds Of Clubs To Sign Isco Next
Isco has officially announced that he’s leaving Real Madrid on a free move this summer. Contract expires in June and won’t be extended. ⚪️🇪🇸 #RealMadrid
“Thank you all and hasta siempre, hala Madrid”, message at the end of his statement. pic.twitter.com/bwyYGSe5IP
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) May 30, 2022
- Read Betis (Odds: 6/4)
Real Betis are the front runners to sign Isco. Moreover, the Spanish club is linked heaving with the midfielder and they want to form a deadly duo with Nabil Fekir.
However, it’ll be interesting to see if Isco chooses Europa League football with Real Betis.
- Sevilla (Odds: 4/1)
Another Spanish team, Sevilla is heavily linked with Isco. Sevilla have qualified for the Champions League and they’re looking to build a squad to challenge the for next season.
- Tottenham Hotspurs (Odds: 8/1)
Englis giants, Spurs are also in the race to sign the 30-year-old midfielder. Spurs need a midfielder like Isoc along with Dejan Kulusevski.
Villareal (Odds: 10/1) and Leicester City(Odds: 12/1) are two other names in the race but the aforementioned three teams are the favorite to get the signatures according to Sky Bet.
Isco’s Stats At Real Madrid
Isco appeared 353 times for Real Madrid in all competitions. He scored 53 goals and assisted 56 times.
Out of those, 51 goals came in La Liga in 319 games.
Isco lifted 5 Champions League, 3 La Liga, 3 UEFA Super Cup, 3 Spanish Super Cup, and 4 Club World Cup trophies for Real Madrid.
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