Real Madrid midfielder Francisco Alarcón popularly called Isco wants to try another league in the nearest future says the player’s agent and father.
According to the player’s agent, Isco has voiced out his plans to leave the Spanish capital as he desires a new challenge elsewhere.
The 28-year-old Spain international, whose Real Madrid contract runs until 2022, has struggled for game time in recent weeks, starting only three league games this campaign.
Rumors of interest from the Premier League has surfaced in the media, with Everton, Arsenal and Manchester City all reportedly interested in his services.
His father who is also his agent has provided updates on the issue, saying Isco wants to try another league in the nearest future and has decided to seek a move elsewhere but confirmed he is happy to stay in Madrid.
“Right now, we have no offers, but Isco wants to try another league,” his agent told Cadena SER on Monday.
He then added: “Staying in Madrid would not be a problem.”
During Isco’s time at Real, the midfielder has won two La Liga titles and four Champions League trophies.
It is safe to say the Spanish midfielder has enjoyed immense success since he joined Los Blancos from Malaga.
But since the start of the 2017/18 campaign, Isco has not started more than 20 matches for Real Madrid in a single season.
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