- Isco would prefer a move to Sevilla at the end of the season after a frustrating spell under Zinedine Zidane
- The 28-year-old has been out of favour under the French boss and has only made 11 appearances for Los Blancos this season
- Arsenal, Juventus, AC Milan and Everton are among the top European clubs looking for the services of the midfielder
Isco will leave Real Madrid to join Julen Lopetegui's Sevilla for £18million at the end of the season, Daily Mail reports.
The Spanish midfielder has made just 11 appearances for Los Blancos this campaign and has been left out the national team by Luis Enrique.
And the 28-year-old has finally made up his mind to join his former boss Lopetegui after dropping from the pecking order under Zinedine Zidane.
Isco played regularly during Lopeteguis' spell at the Santiago Bernabeu in 2018 but has fallen out of favour since the return of Zidane.
It is understood that the French boss would not let the former Malaga midfielder leave the club in the January window due to the injury crisis surrounding players at the club.
However, a move next summer is imminent as Madrid are ready to let Isco go for £18m and cut down on his £6.3m annual wages at the Spanish capital.
Isco's current deal with Real will expire in 2022 and a host of top European clubs including Arsenal, Juventus and AC Milan want his services
However, reports claim Lopetegui is looking forward to working with the skilful midfielder again and Isco's family are in support of the move.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Premier League giants Everton have been reportedly linked with Real Madrid midfielder Isco who is currently having a troubled season under Zinedine Zidane.
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His former manager at Real Madrid, Carlo Ancelotti is currently in charge of Everton and the Spaniard could be having a reunion with him next year.
Under Carlo Ancelotti at Real Madrid, Isco won the Champions League and also the Copa del Rey before the situation changed under Zidane.
With just two starts all season at Real Madrid neither of which lasted longer than an hour, the 28-year-old is thought to be available when the transfer window opens.
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