The man from Malaga looks favorably on leaving with Pellegrini, who is committed to recovering his best football. The Verdiblanco club needs Champions or several big sales to sign him.
Regarding the situation of Isco
Betis bets on Isco and the midfielder from Malaga looks very favorably on the option of joining Benito Villamarín next season , after being freed from his contract at Real Madrid. The Verdiblanco club will need to enter the Champions League or make several millionaire sales to obtain the liquidity that allows it to undertake this signing. Although it does not imply a transfer, it would entail a significant cost because the salary to be paid is greater than 12 million euros gross per season. Isco was able to leave Real Madrid already in the last winter market, in which he had a proposal from Qatar, of 15 million (net) per year. And the Florentine people of Italy have also been interested in him. But the one from Arroyo de la Miel prefers to continue in LaLiga and has two great supporters in Heliopolis, Manuel Pellegrini and Joaquín Sanchez. He coincided with both of them at Malaga in the 11-12 and 12-13 campaigns, in the latter almost reaching the semifinals of the Champions League and would form a partnership again next season.
The Porto winger, who turns 41 in July, has just confirmed his continuity until June 2023. Betis has also handled the option of rescuing Dani Ceballos in recent months, but for Utrera, in whom Carlos Ancelotti claims to trust, a transfer must be paid. He has one year left on his contract at Real Madrid. And now the opportunity appears to sign Isco, whom Pellegrini seems sure to rescue for great football after just turning 30 years old. The minutes during this last season of the Malaga player in Chamartín have been scarce. 12 League games, just three of them as a starter, and three in the Copa del Rey, none from the start. He has not participated in Champions. He scored a goal in the regular championship and another in Elche, in the cup tournament, which served to avoid Martínez Valero’s elimination in those eighth rounds.