Malaga star Isco says that there has been two offers from Manchester City and Real Madrid regarding his future as a player, according to ESPN.
The player's outstanding performances in the European U21 Championships that are currently taking place have shown the world why his release clause of €35m is fully justified.
Reports in the UK are claiming that Isco is in favour of a move to England to follow in the steps of Manuel Pellegrini to Manchester City.
Reports in Spain say Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is determined to sign the youngster, and that the player's father and lawyer were photographed driving to a meeting at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu in late May.
The Spaniard himself has said to AS that he has no preference on where his future lies, and has said in several interviews that no decision will be made until after the European U21 Championship is over.
"Well, these are two subjects which are on the table," said Isco to AS. "I hope to decide quickly because I still have a contract with Malaga.
"I know that Manchester City and Real Madrid are two big clubs. I want the best for me and for Malaga. I do not mind, what I want is to play football wherever it is, and to enjoy myself."
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