The club will hold onto the play-maker unless a satisfactory comes in for him.
Spanish play-maker Isco has been linked with Manchester City and Real Madrid this summer and many had assumed that he would leave his current club Malaga at some point in the summer.
However, Goal.com reports that Malaga will be quite happy to keep Isco at the club unless they receive a good offer from an interested club.
Both Manchester City and Real Madrid want Isco and the player has recently stated that both clubs have made bids for him but his current club will not be selling the play-maker on the cheap.
“We don’t need to let Isco go cheaply. If it’s not enough, we’re not going to sell him. We haven’t received any transfer offers which include the option for him to continue with Malaga on loan for a season,” said Malaga vice-president Moayad Shatat.
The midfielder played a key role in Spain’s under 21’s winning the European championship and says he wants to make sure that wherever he plays next season, he is getting first team football.
Reports suggest that Manchester City are front-runners for the Spaniards signature as their new coach, Manuel Pellegrini, played an important part in Isco’s development during their time together at Malaga.
However, it would be unwise to rule out Real Madrid, who are just as keen to sign Isco as City are.