The experienced 30-year-old midfielder and former Spanish national team player, Isco, has left the Andalusian team; this information was first reported by the always well-informed “Marca.”
The great talent of Spanish football was Isco, but apparently, the career of the footballer who wore the “red fury” jersey 38 times is going downhill… Isco is no longer a Sevilla player!
The offensive midfielder arrived last summer as a free agent in Andalusia after his contract with Real Madrid expired. The fans at Sanchez Picchuan, on the other hand, expected nothing from the 30-year-old.
The bad results first came to the head of Julen Lopetegui (who specifically wanted Isco), and then the first man for sports matters in Seville, Ramon Monchi, decided to hand in his dismissal to Isco, who had no performance in 12 games of the Spanish championship—no assists or hits.
The former player of Real Madrid, Malaga, and Valencia has agreed to terminate his contract by mutual consent, so he will have the option to find a new environment in which he will try to get back on track during the winter market.
Sevilla got rid of a huge salary, but in the coming period they will have to start playing as well as possible. The Andalusians collected only 11 points after 14 rounds, won only twice, and are currently in the “red zone,” above Cadiz and Elche.
Let us remind you that Jorge Sampaoli took Lopetegui’s place in the team.