‘Wolves transfer rumor’ Isco is about to head to Union Berlin as FA…the first overseas expansion
Isco is expected to move to Union Berlin.
Fabricio Romano, an expert in the transfer market, said on his SNS on the 31st (Korea Standard Time), “Union Berlin will recruit Isco for free. “The contract is currently signed and I will undergo a medical test on the deadline of the transfer market,” he said, adding his unique comment “Here We Go” used when the transfer is imminent.
Isco played for Malaga in the past and raised his stock price. He, who contributed greatly to Malaga’s advance to the quarterfinals of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) Champions League (UCL), moved to Real Madrid in 2013. In the early days of joining the team, he played more than 30 games in Spain’s La Liga every season, not bad.
However, his position has narrowed since the 2018-19 season. In addition to existing competitors such as Luka Modric and Tony Cross, new players such as Federico Valverde joined, reducing their chances of playing. Last season, he played in 14 league games, but only three times he started. In the end, Isco chose to go to Seville as a free agent ahead of this season.
The coach who led Sevilla was Julen Lopetegui, who was a priest at Real. Lopetegui used him actively. During his 14 league games under Lopetegui in the first half of this season, Isco played in 12 games and scored two assists. It was different from what it’s been like in the past few years.
But things have changed dramatically. Sevilla had fallen to 18th place in the league as of the first half of this season. Coach Lopetegui left in a chaotic atmosphere, and Isco’s position, which naturally wanted him, was shaken. Isco, who was also embroiled in a dispute with Seville’s Monchi, ended his trip with Seville.
Isco`s is now free to negotiate with the team he wants. After completing his contract with Seville, it was reported that he could follow Lopetegui to Wolverhampton. “Wolverhampton wants Isco,” Spain’s Todopichahes said. Isco was with coach Lopetegui at Real and Sevilla.
However, the trip to Wolverhampton did not actually take place. Instead, Wolverhampton recruited Joao Gomes and Mario Lemina in positions where Isco could play. In the end, Isco left Spain for the first time after going through Valencia, Malaga, Real Madrid, and Sevilla to make a new challenge abroad.