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It will barely be a month since the transfer market was closed and there are already several names that are in the debate for next season. Isco Alarcon, a Real Madrid player, is one of them. The man from Malaga is being the protagonist due to the interest aroused in the Premier League and the circumstances that he goes through do not help to calm the rumors.
And is that the Malaga has all the requirements to be a leader in the headlines. Contract ends in 2022, so its renewal should be closer than ever. To this is added that he knows Ancelotti well, who is mainly interested in his signing. And, as if that were not enough, he has not finished entering the competitive dynamics of Zidane’s Real Madrid.
Isco plays it in 2020/2021 and the countdown to know his future has already begun. The midfielder will remain in Madrid after renewal or will be sold.
Contract until 2022
Isco came to Real Madrid in 2013 and has been through many ups and downs since then. However, the confidence in his talent has been total and this has allowed him to increase his individual record with, among other trophies, four Champions League and three European Super Cups. Real Madrid opted for renew you in 2017 and that contract ends in 2022.
A very close date and that makes this season the last one playing at home in the Santiago Bernabeu. Anything other than renewing him at the end of the season would leave him with a contract year ahead and one step away from leaving Real Madrid for free. An option that is not contemplated and more taking into account the economic situation that football is experiencing due to the crisis of the Covid-19.
In summary, Isco has a season ahead of him with a very tight schedule, where Zidane’s rotations will have great value and in which he has to step up. Your only options are to renew or sell at the end of the season. Offers would not be lacking. According to the portal Transfermarkt, Isco is valued at 30 million of euros, his minimum in Madrid since his arrival and suffering a notable compared to the end of 2018, when he stood at 90 ‘kilos’.
The English team has been key in the last transfer market for Real Madrid. And it is that Ancelotti’s interest in James Rodriguez it was so forceful that it did not take long to close the exit operation. The Colombian wanted to change of scene, the white club needed to enter funds and both parties reached an agreement that allowed the Santiago Bernabéu team to close a large window of transfers at an economic level.
Something similar could happen in a few months. The team of Ancelotti He is once again the protagonist, this time because of his interest in Isco Alarcón. As they have revealed in England, the Italian wants to play the malagueño and the Colombian in his Everton. They would be fundamental pillars of a project that is already having results in the Premier League. Ancelotti would get the most out of Isco to make him a benchmark for the English team.
The options would range from a transfer at the end of the season – a more feasible option considering the planning carried out by Real Madrid – to a transfer in winter with a purchase option. The figures provided by the British media would be close to 23 million euros. For his part, Ancelotti has not denied anything.
It should be remembered that in previous summers the Premier also tempted Isco. And more specifically the Guardiola’s Manchester City, who insisted for several months on incorporating the madridista. However, at that time he had an unbeatable position in the white team.
Loss of minutes
Isco has not had the expected gallons in the Tourmalet particular of Real Madrid. Zidane’s men entered one of the most important phases of the season, with hardly any rest between games and with highly relevant clashes. To face this situation, the merengue coach was going to bet on numerous changes in his line-ups. And, for the moment, this is how it is despite the absence of Isco.
The midfielder, who also started the season touched, has appeared in five games so far this season. Less than 200 minutes in all of them, and missing the two Champions League matches and El Clásico, where he was also ‘hunted’ with some curious statements. Absences that, if that were not enough, have been accompanied by minutes for Asensio, Fede Valverde and, after his return, Odegaard.
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