Agreement in principle for Isco
First team


The player has arrived in Sevilla to undergo his medical and sign a two-year contract on Monday
Cuerpo Superior

We have reached an agreement in principle with Isco for the Andalusian midfielder to become our third signing of the window.

He has already arrived in Sevilla ahead of undergoing his medical tomorrow and, should all go well, sign a two-year contract.

After starting off at Málaga's academy, he caught Valencia's eye at the age of 14. He would make the move to Valencia's academy, making his first-team debut with the team in a cup match against Logroñés. In the 10/11 season, he would play in two Champions League games and one La Liga game.

Isco would return to Málaga in the summer of 2011 as they trigger his release clause. In his first season, he played 32 games in the league, scoring five goals. He helped the team qualify for the Champions League for the first time in their history. In that campaign, Isco played ten times and scored three goals.

In the 12/13 season, he would play in almost every game, registering 37 appearances and nine goals. Such was his talent that at only 21 years of age Real Madrid would come looking. He could not have fit in better in his first season in Madrid, playing 53 games in total, scoring eleven and assisting nine. He would go on to win the Champions League and Copa del Rey that season.

Isco has won it all: Five Champions Leagues, three La Liga trophies, one Copa del Rey and a Euro's winner's medal, to name a few

The next season, he played 52 games. He added the UEFA Super Cup and Club World Cup to his name, in addition to six goals and thirteen assists. Isco would win the Champions League again in 15/16.

The season after, he would win it all. The Champions League, La Liga, the Club World Cup and another UEFA Super Cup. And his trophy cabinet kept on growing in the 17/18 season, adding his fourth Champions League, his third UEFA Super Cup and his third Club World Cup.

The 18/19 season brings another Club World Cup, with six goals and an assist in 37 games. The next season, the season of the COVID outbreak, he wins another La Liga and Spanish Super Cup. In his last two seasons at the club, he would see fewer appearances, but he still managed to come away with another Champions League, La Liga and Spanish Super Cup.

In all, Isco has won: Five Champions Leagues, three La Ligas, one Copa del Rey, three UEFA Super Cups, three Spanish Super Cups and four Club World Cups.