Malaga's 21-year-old golden boy Isco is a rising star, full of quality and maturity.

He is not your average footballer.

The decisive factor Isco possesses is an outstanding sense of greatness when touching the ball - a stepping stone to finesse and elegance. Spain can certainly be happy to see their future secured, quality wise, in the form of this talented youngster.

Malaga are in debt to the young midfielder for their surprising Champions League campaign, in which they reached the quarter-finals.

Not short of brilliance is the personality imposed to Andalusia's squad game by Isco, coming clean as both resilient, infectious and astonishingly objective in tactical terms. 

Malaga have one big issue, though. Since they are not the most productive or efficient club in La Liga, they have been forced to sell some of their best players and have even lost their coach Manuel Pellegrini.

Real Madrid and Manchester City appear inclined to take advantage of this circumstance when regarding Isco's transfer availability.

The European U21 Championship proved to be an all new stage of good performances for the Spanish youngster, leading La Rojita to a second consecutive title.

What is most impressive is the capability to co-operate with Thiago Alcântara in midfield, both unyieldingly dominant in game development.

This may be a point of interest, managing to draw Isco as a  

player capable of sharing is role as game-changer.

In practical terms, Isco is intelligent, decisive, audacious, keen and committed to the game.

The icing on cake? Isco is a glamorous finisher, with a sharp sense of goal. Acquiring the youngster might be no bed of roses, but it's a bet worth taking.


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