Isco's future will be one of the themes of the transfer window when it opens in January. The Real Madrid midfielder wants to move on in order to play regularly and win his place back in the Spain squad for the European Championships.
Despite being reduced to a bit-part role at Madrid under Zinedine Zidane, Isco still has a big reputation in Europe and there would be no shortage of takers.
The latest to sound out a move is Sevilla, according to La Sexta, who say coach Julen Lopetegui has asked the club to make a move for Isco, who he worked with as Spain U21 coach and Spain boss.
However, the problem is that Sevilla can't afford his wages, around 11 million euros annually, and Isco doesn't want to take a big pay cut.
Therefore, the La Liga side are exploring a loan move although Madrid may not be willing to let the player join a domestic rival.
Isco, meanwhile, is keen to join Pep Guardiola at Manchester City, while Everton, coached by Carlo Ancelotti, have also shown an interest in him.
After eight years at the Santiago Bernabeu, the 28-year-old feels it's time to take his career elsewhere.