The signing is Isco

At the club they celebrate Zidane's move by giving him ownership in Bergamo. They recover the malagueño and the player can revalue.

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The ownership against Atalanta opens a new horizon this season for Isco, but also for Real Madrid itself. This intelligent movement by Zidane has been celebrated within the entity, giving Malaga a leading role in such a transcendent match and with so much showcase. Zidane has fixed in one go, putting himself in a position of inferiority (although before he had publicly humiliated Isco several times giving priority to Arribas), his relationship with the player, which was so important to him in another era (starting in the last two Champions League finals won by the French in his sequence of three in a row) .

In the first place, in this new scenario, Madrid wins an important 'signing' for the remainder of the course, vital with such a short squad and with so many injuries (and in times of pandemic). Second, it allows the club the possibility for the player to revalue himself and to be able to do business with him in the future to pay for large incorporations. Finally, Zidane has been right with a player who has given a great performance to the entity and who arrived, in 2013, for a more than reasonable price (30 million euros) .

For Isco also begins a kind of extra life this season. His good attitude shown in the Bergamo game makes his intentions clear. As AS has learned from his closest environment, Isco does not want to lose the opportunity to be important in the remainder of the course, aware that not only is a large part of his future at stake, but that he may have real options to be in the European Championship with Luis Enrique.

That unexpected title against Atalanta has not changed, however, Isco's plans at Madrid. With a contract until 2022, he has more than decided that he wants to leave the squad to seek new challenges. He would have already been on the winter market if an offer had arrived that would convince him economically and sportingly, even despite Odegaard's loan to Arsenal. But this did not arrive ...

Sevilla aims to be his new destination next season, as reported by AS, if Lopetegui continues. But what if Zidane did not continue at Madrid? Isco's environment does not want to speculate on the future of the French coach, but it is evident that, in that case, Isco's situation in the white entity would change radically.



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