Principle of agreement with Isco Alarcón

Sevilla FC has reached a tentative agreement with player Francisco Román Alarcón Suárez, known in football as Isco (Benalmádena, Málaga, April 21, 1992) for his incorporation as the third reinforcement of Sevilla FC for the 2022/23 season. The striker is already in Seville, to pass the medical examination this Monday. If all goes well, he would sign his contract for the next two seasons. After taking his first steps in clubs on the coast of Malaga, when he was only 14 years old, Valencia CF took notice. Already at a young age he made the jump to Valencia Mestalla, while His official first-team debut came in a cup game against Logroñés. That same season, 2010/11, he took part in two Champions League matches and one in La Liga with the Che team.

In the summer of 2011 he was transferred to Málaga CF, who paid his termination clause and with whom, in his first season, he played 32 league games -five goals- and three in the Copa del Rey. Help the blue and white team to get their first classification for the Champions League, in which the following year they played ten games scoring three goals. He ended the 2012/13 season making almost every league appearance, with 37 appearances and nine goals. Such was his irruption in Spanish football that at just 21 he signed for Real Madrid, in which he literally landed on his feet. In fact, in his first season he played 53 games -32 in La Liga Santander, 12 in the Champions League and nine in the Copa del Rey- with a final tally of eleven goals and nine assists. It was the year in addition to his first Champions League and his first Copa del Rey.

Accumulate a European championship, five champions, three leagues, a Copa del Rey, among other titles

The following year, with six seasons in contention, He played 52 games, with six goals and thirteen assists, adding the European Super Cup to his tally. -precisely against Sevilla FC- and the Club World Cup. In 2015/16 he again won the Champions League as a madridista, in a year he closed his stats with a record 43 games, five goals and ten assists. What follows has undoubtedly been one of his most prolific seasons as a merengue player, in which cwon the Champions League, LaLiga Santander, the Club World Cup and another European Super Cup against Sevilla FC. 42 games, eleven goals and nine other assists for his service record. And in the next, 2017/18, his notoriety increased with 49 duels, nine goals and ten assists. That year, he won his third European Super Cup, his fourth Champions League and his third Club World Cup.

After the halfway point of his long spell at the Santiago Bernabéu, in 2018/19 he completed 37 games, six goals and one assist, with the fourth Club World Cup for his showcases. The pandemic season again reached 30 official matches -three goals and three assists-, with another Spanish Super Cup and their second LaLiga Santander trophy. The 2020/21 season is the only one in which he hasn’t seen the net as a madridista, but has collaborated with two assists in 29 games. Finally, last year he played 17 games and scored two goals, completing his white record, just before the end of his contract, by winning the Spanish Super Cup, La Liga Santander and the Champions League. In all, his record of titles in club competition is five Champions Leagues, three First Division trophies, one Copa del Rey, three UEFA Super Cups, three Spanish Super Cups and four Club World Cups.

As if all this were not enough, Isco is international with Spain in the under-17 category, with which he won a bronze medal at the 2009 World Cup in Nigeria. He also participated in the 2011 U-20 World Cup and the 2012 London Olympics with the U-23 team. He made his debut for the senior team, under manager Vicente del Bosque, on February 6, 2013 in a friendly match against Uruguay in Qatar. Having already made his debut, he was proclaimed European Champion under 21 this same year 2013 in Israel. He has 38 caps and 12 goals, as well as a European Championship, that of 2012 in Poland and Ukraine.

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