Wolves transfer target Isco could reportedly be on his way to the US, with LA Galaxy making an offer to him.
Isco is currently a free agent after reaching an agreement to terminate his contract at Sevilla.
The midfielder fell out with sporting director Monchi, and was not in the plans of Jorge Sampaoli.
Reports have suggested that Isco’s move to Sevilla in the summer was heavily facilitated by Julen Lopetegui, and that others were not really on board with the signing.
Lopetegui was sacked in October, which pretty much meant the writing on the wall for Isco.
He is now the subject of big speculation about where he could go next. Wolves have of course been mentioned following Lopetegui’s arrival as head coach.
As well as Sevilla, the pair have worked together at Real Madrid and the Spanish national team.
But Mundo Deportivo reported yesterday that Isco has an offer on the table from MLS club LA Galaxy.
Interestingly, that is the current club of Javier Hernandez, who like Isco, only spent a few months at Sevilla before moving Stateside.
It is also the club of Riqui Puig, a player that Wolves reportedly had some interest in.
Puig has apparently already spoken with Isco and tried to convince him to join him at the club.
Potential pressure on for Wolves to sign Isco as LA Galaxy make offer
One does wonder whether LA Galaxy trying to sign Isco is a suggestion of where he is at right now.
Typically, players only leave for the MLS once they are long past their peak.
Or this might just be a case of La Galaxy being extremely ambitious, and that Isco could easily still do a job in a top five league.
If Lopetegui does want to work with him again, he might need to get a move on.