• The Andalusian club announces a principle of agreement with the player from Malaga, who was without a team after ending his contract with Real Madrid

Sevilla has just announced an agreement in principle with Isco Alarcón for the next two seasons. The player is already in the Andalusian capital to undergo a medical examination and sign his contract. 

The 30-year-old midfielder from Malaga was without a team after ending his contract with Real Madrid on June 30 and has found a destination just five days before LaLiga begins precisely with Osasuna-Sevilla at El SadarIsco has done the preseason individually exercising alone at his home in Madrid.

Although it had been speculated with the interest of teams like MilanRoma, or Betis, the player will finally end up at Sánchez Pizjuán largely thanks to pressure from Julen Lopetegui. The Basque coach gave him the command of the Spanish National Team during his time at the head of La Roja and was also indisputable during the short time they coincided at Real Madrid.

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