Isco was years ago seen as one of the greatest Spanish talents, and many had predicted the dribbling offensive midfielder a great future on the Spanish national team and for Real Madrid. Now he has turned 28, and has been at Real Madrid for about seven years, so maybe it's time for something new for the Spaniard.

Isco's agent, Francisco Alcorcon, at least confirms that the player wants to try his hand in another league.

This season, the Spaniard has played seven matches in La Liga, but still has the benefit of being used in the Champions League.

Isco came to "Los Blancos" in 2013 when they picked him up in Malaga, and he has since featured in 314 games for Los Blancos, with 51 goals and 54 assists.