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Reported Wolves target Isco leaves Sevilla training after just 10 minutes due to 'ankle discomfort'

Reported Wolves target Isco left Sevilla a training session after just 10 minutes due to an apparent ankle injury.

The midfielder has been linked with a move to Wanderers, following an apparent falling out with the club’s sporting director Monchi.

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The Spanish club are looking to offload him in January, with the maestro no longer in Jorge Sampaoli’s plans.

Isco started well at Sevilla, but his level hasn’t been so good in recent months.

The Argentine manager left Isco out of recent friendly matches against Monaco and Benfica, fueling speculation that the player will be leaving.

According to AS, the 30-year-old lasted just 10 minutes of a training session with Sevilla today.

Apparently, he had some ankle discomfort.

But AS actually cast doubt on this. They actually have a video of him walking away, and they point out that the player is not limping.

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They say Sevilla intend to get rid of Isco as soon as possible, and then Wolves are mentioned.

Marca talk about Julen Lopetegui and how he was a fan of the player. But a move to Wolverhampton – which they describe as the ‘frozen heart of England’ – would apparently be ‘complicated’.

It is unclear if Lopetegui would like to link back up with Isco, whom he has also worked with at Real Madrid and the Spanish national team.

The suggestion from AS is that Isco has now become ‘a problem’ for Sevilla.

Maybe Wolves could see about loaning Isco with an option to buy, as star leaves Sevilla training early

AS don’t appear to be all that convinced that Isco left Sevilla training with an injury.

It seems all is not well between club and player, and an exit does feel likely.

But it remains to be seen if it’s Wolves Isco ends up joining.

Wolves don’t particularly have a great need for a new attacking midfielder at the moment. That said, this is Isco we are talking about.

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He’s been a tremendous player in Spain and has won a lot of titles, including five Champions Leagues with Real.

Perhaps he’s someone that might be a good fit for Wolves if Lopetegui wanted to play with a 4-2-3-1. He could play in the number 10 role, with Ruben Neves and Matheus Nunes in behind him, and Daniel Podence and Adama Traore as the wingers either side of him.

Maybe Wolves should see if Sevilla would be interested in a potential loan deal, with an option to buy