Isco unsure over Malaga future

Malaga ace Isco admits he is in the dark about where his future lies this summer.

Last Updated: 26/05/13 at 12:18 Post Comment

Isco: Unsure of his future after being linked with Man City and Real Madrid

Isco: Unsure of his future after being linked with Man City and Real Madrid

Isco has been strongly linked with a move to Manchester City should, as expected, Manuel Pellegrini leave Malaga to replace Roberto Mancini at the Etihad Stadium.

Real Madrid have also expressed an interest in the 21-year-old, while big-spending Paris Saint-Germain have also been linked with a move for the playmaker.

Isco, who is under contract at Malaga until 2016, is unsure where he will be playing his football next season and insists his focus is on ending the season well and preparing for next month's European Under-21 Championship.

"We will do what is best for Malaga," said Isco. "Nobody knows where my future lies.

"Right now I am just focusing on the two league games which remain [at home to Deportivo and away to Barcelona] and making sure I am at full strength for next month's European Under-21 Championship."

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