Friday, 15th February, 2013
Isco has declared his commitment to Malaga and stressed he is not pushing for a move away from Manuel Pellegrini’s men.
However, the attacking midfielder did add that if the club opted to sell him to address financial issues, there is little he could to prevent a departure.
Malaga recently tied Isco to a new contract, increasing his buy-out clause to €35M, as interest in the 20-year-old continues to grow.
The Spaniard has seen his name linked with Bayern Munich, Chelsea and Real Madrid, while Arsenal have also been put on the list of potential suitors.
But Isco is not keen on leaving Malaga just yet and has stressed his commitment to the cause.
"My head is here and my future is in the hands of Malaga", he told Canal Sur.
"If the club decide to sell me because they need money, I cannot do anything about it.
"But I hope to stay here for many years, that is what I want.
"I am really happy here."
Isco has played 23 times for Malaga in La Liga so far this season, finding the back of the net eight times.
He has also featured regularly in the club’s Champions League campaign, scoring twice and creating two for his team-mates.
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