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It took a while, but now the former real player Isco has found a new club: the 30-year-old stays in Spain and changes to FC Sevilla.
Next stop in Spain for the technician
in summer the ISCO contract at Real Madrid expired. The creative midfielder has been without an employer since July 1st. That has now changed because there is a "fundamental agreement" with FC Sevilla. The fine spirit definitely wanted to stay in Spain. This happens if he exists on Monday, he will sign a contract by June 30, 2024. This was announced by the Andalusians on Sunday afternoon.
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for ISCO it is the fourth station in Spain to Valencia, Malaga and Real. At FC Malaga, he once drew attention to himself with strong performances and thus played on the Royal's note. In the summer of 2013, Real finally struck and let the "Golden Boy" of the year 2012 cost a whopping 30 million euros.
Isco found his way around the Blancos, and in the first season with eight goals in the league and three in the Champions League. Even in the following years, he always came up with his missions and knew how to convince the audience in Santiago Bernabeu with his fine technology. Finally, however, he was no longer used at Real, and only 14 times in the league last season.
title collector with Real Madrid
Real no longer planned with ISCO, which was supposed to reorient in summer. The time in Madrid will still remain a very successful one for him, because he home to title. Isco was three times Spanish champion, five times Champions League winner, one cup winner and four club World Cup winners. In addition, the UEFA supercup and the Spanish Supercopa are added three times.
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