Free agent midfielder Isco is reportedly tempted by a potential move to Wolves, who would apparently have no issues over meeting his salary demands.

Isco recently parted ways with Sevilla after only a few months at the club.

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He signed for them in the summer. But poor form and some other issues recently have led to him ripping up his contract with the Spanish outfit.

As a result of that, he can now be signed for nothing.

Potentially for Isco, that means room to demand high wages.

According to Estadio Deportivo, Wolves wouldn’t have any issues regarding salary demands by Isco.

There is no mention how much he would ask for or expect to earn though.

Estadio Deportivo also say that Isco is tempted by a move to Molineux, where he would reunite with Julen Lopetegui, the man who was instrumental in signing him for Sevilla.

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Lopetegui has been reported to be keen on his former playmaker. When asked about him recently he would not be drawn on the speculation.

Lopetegui is not the only former manager of Isco’s to be linked.

Estadio suggest that Manuel Pellegrini may also fancy a reunion. The pair worked together Malaga years ago. Pellegrini currently manages Real Betis.

Free swoop for Isco is easy to get behind with Wolves having no out-and-out number 10

It is hard to argue against Wolves moving for Isco now that he has terminated his contract.

The 38-cap Spain star might no longer be the same player he was at Real Madrid a couple of years ago.

But Wolves don’t have an out-and-out number 10 and Isco could have his uses.

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Estadio Deportivo don’t feel this version of Isco would really suit the Premier League.

But Wolves have the chance to sign someone who has won a lot of trophies in his career. And Isco may feel he has a point to prove following his stint with Sevilla.

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