Isco reportedly missed Sevilla’s final training session of the week, amid reports he could be making a move to Wolves.
The attacking midfielder is the subject of a piece today by AS, who talk about how he is nearing the exit.
The squad are enjoying a day off today ahead of their Copa del Rey clash with Torremolinos next Wednesday.
But the chances of Isco featuring in that game are slim to none. He was nowhere to be seen in Sevilla’s final training session of the week, which AS say is increasing the doubts about him staying.
In fact they say that him remaining at the club beyond January would be ‘a tremendous surprise’.
The publication say that Isco’s attitude is currently in question.
Earlier this week, Isco left training after just 10 minutes with supposed ankle discomfort. But AS and other publications have questioned that, noting that he appeared to be fine when he was walking away.
It has been reported that Wolves and Julen Lopetegui would like to bring the player to Molineux in January.
A major reason Isco signed for Sevilla in the summer was because of Lopetegui. The pair have previously worked together at Real Madrid and the Spanish national team.
The 30-year-old’s form was the best it’s been this season when Lopetegui was in charge, despite the team struggling as a collective.
Since Jorge Sampaoli came in, he has not been in favour and the club would now like to offload him, following claims of a falling out between the player and sporting director Monchi.
Isco there for the taking if Wolves think he can make an impact, as star misses training again
It is clear that something has gone really wrong.
Isco is very much on course to leave the club in January, it’s just a case of where he will end up.
Wolves seem to have an interest in him, with Lopetegui knowing all about the qualities he can bring.
The Wolves boss was actually recently asked about a potential move for Isco, but wouldn’t be drawn on the rumours.
Depending on Sevilla’s demands, he could be a really strong addition for Wanderers.
While attacking midfield is not really a major priority, Isco has a wealth of experience and has won many trophies. He’s a natural number 10 who could do well feeding the likes of Diego Costa, Adama Traore and Daniel Podence.