Isco set to leave Sevilla by mutual consent amid Wolves transfer interest as Julen Lopetegui plots reunion at Molineux

    Isco is set to become a free agent after agreeing to mutually terminate his contract with Sevilla.

    The central midfielder has spent the last nine years with Real Madrid before completing a move to his current employers during the summer transfer window.

    Isco is set to become a free agent, not long after joining Sevilla

    Isco is set to become a free agent, not long after joining Sevilla

    The central midfielder spent much of his career with Real Madrid but has found life tough in Sevilla

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    The central midfielder spent much of his career with Real Madrid but has found life tough in Sevilla

    However, that spell is set to come to an end with Marca suggesting that ties will be cut in the coming days.

    This could pave the way for a January move to Premier League side Wolves.

    Reports in Spanish outlet AS claim Julen Lopetegui is keen to bring the 30-year-old to Molineux.

    Lopetegui led Isco during his time at Real Madrid, before also being the boss to bring him to Sevilla over the summer.

    The 56-year-old was sacked by the LaLiga side in October, allowing him to move to the Premier League club, and it’s that move that could allow the former Spain international to move too.

    With Joao Moutinho coming to the end of his career and with his Wolves contract coming to an end in the summer, it’s thought that Isco could be the man tipped to replace him moving forward.

    Lopetegui could be reunited with his former star at Molineux

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    Lopetegui could be reunited with his former star at Molineux

    It would be a marquee signing for Wanderers, with Isco bringing plenty of top-class pedigree with him if he moves to Molineux.

    Isco was named the winner of the prestigious Golden Boy award back in 2012 thanks to his brilliant performances for Malaga, which later earned him a dream move to the Bernabeu in June 2013.

    And he amassed quite the collection of silverware during his nine seasons in Madrid – most notably being crowned LaLiga winner three times and lifting five Champions League titles.

    Isco also collected one Copa del Rey, three Spanish Super Cups, three UEFA Super Cups and four FIFA World Club Cups in a Los Blancos shirt.

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