Isco snubs Roma and Milan for Spain stay

Isco is a free agent after leaving Real Madrid, but while Roma and Milan are interested, it’s reported he would prefer to continue his career in Spain.

The 30-year-old had been part of the Merengues squad since his move from Malaga in 2013 and won 19 trophies, but made only 17 competitive appearances for the club this season, scoring two goals.

Milan had been interested in the past and Roma would seem to be more determined to bring him in this summer as a free agent to work with Jose Mourinho again.

However, according to Spanish sports paper Diario AS, Isco has expressed a preference to continue his career in Spain, having never left his homeland.

He started out in the Valencia academy, moved to Malaga in 2011 and then on to Real Madrid in 2013.

Among the other concerns about a Roma proposal is that they are not in the Champions League, having qualified for the Europa League and won the inaugural edition of the Conference League.

Roma’s offer also depends on whether Henrikh Mkhitaryan agrees to extend his contract or decides to walk away for a new experience at Inter.

4 Comments on “Isco snubs Roma and Milan for Spain stay”

  1. If he has to be playing in the CL for a Spanish club, then he can only go to Barca, Atleti or Sevilla…

  2. AS Roma don’t need to sign Isco. He’ll be a huge flop in Italy. I don’t see him doing well outside LaLiga.

  3. Isco is a former shell of his self so Milan does not need him. Milan needs young players hungry of success and willing to work his a$$ to achieve trophies. None of that is what Isco can offer

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