Man City transfers: Isco hints at summer move away from Malaga

Man City transfers: Isco says he could still seal a transfer away from Malaga this summer despite penning a new deal last month

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Isco has netted 10 goals in all competitions this term Photo: Tam Tam, via Wikimedia

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Manchester City could still swoop to bring Isco to Eastlands this summer after the Spain international admitted he would be open to a transfer away from Malaga.

City had their hopes of signing the 20-year-old playmaker dashed last month when he signed a new contract at the La Liga outfit, with his new deal said to contain a £30m buy-out clause.

Isco says he would still consider a move away from La Rosaleda but admits that it would take “a lot of money” to secure his services.

“If a club decides to come and sign me they’ll have to be a big club because it’d be a lot of money,” said Isco.

“Therefore, if it would help Malaga, I wouldn’t have a problem accepting a transfer, if it benefited both of us.”

Isco, who joined Malaga from Valencia in 2011, has scored 10 goals in 29 appearances in all competitions this season.

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