ISCO is reportedly set to snub Arsenal for a summer switch to Sevilla.
AS claims the playmaker will be allowed to leave Real Madrid at the end of the season after making just three starts under Zinedine Zidane.
Arsenal have been strongly linked with a move for Isco, 28, as they seek a new creative midfielder.
Mesut Ozil is set to leave in January and they believe Isco is the ideal man to replace him.
Everton are also reportedly keen on Isco and deploying him on the left of their midfield.
The ace was Carlo Ancelotti’s first Real Madrid signing back in 2013 and the Italian is eager on a reunion.
But Los Blancos apparently have no intention of letting Isco leave next month as they look to keep numbers up in their squad.
And the player himself is said to have decided on Europa League champions Sevilla, who are managed by Julen Lopetegui.
He made Isco a key player during brief stints with Real and the Spanish national team.
Bernabeu chiefs are said to be holding out for a transfer fee worth between £13million and £18m.
And they also expect Sevilla to meet Isco’s £7m annual salary in full, freeing up space in the wage budget for a potential new Galactico signing.
Isco is in his eighth season at Real, and has 51 goals in 318 games.
His time in the capital has been a successful one, with Isco winning two La Liga titles, one Copa del Rey and four Champions Leagues.
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