Isco leaves Real Madrid on a free transfer, Carlo Ancelotti has confirmed. The Spaniard joined Real Madrid from Malaga in 2013.
He has played 315 games for Madrid, scoring 41 goals and providing 46 assists.
Isco Statistics at Real Madrid
|4x FIFA Club World Cup Winner||2014, 2016, 2017 & 2018|
|5x Champions League Winner||13/14, 15/16, 16/17, 17/18 & 21/22|
|3x Spanish Champion Winner||16/17, 19/20 & 21/22|
|1x Spanish Cup Winner||13/14|
|3x Spanish Super Cup Winner||17/18, 19/20 & 21/22|
|1x European Under-21 Champion||2013|
|3x UEFA Super Cup Winner||14/15, 16/17 & 17/18|
“Isco’s career with Real Madrid ends today. And it’s been a great career. He surely could have done more but he’s been important. I wish him the best” – Carlo Ancelotti has said.
Just like Marcelo, Isco played his last game for Real Madrid in a nil-nil draw with Real Betis. It was a match in which both teams had nothing to play for.
Both players leave the club on a victorious note, having won their fifth Champions League in Paris today against Klopp’s Liverpool.