The Spanish under 21 international has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester City and Real Madrid.
Malaga’s highly rated play-maker Isco has said that he will decide his future after the under 21 European Championships in Israel according to Goal.com.
Isco has been linked with moves to Real Madrid and Manchester City this summer but despite all the rumours, the midfielder is fully focused on performing for his country.
“I will make a decision on my future once the European Under-21 Championship has come to an end,” said Isco when asked about his club future.
Reports in the past few days have suggested that Isco has been in contact with Real Madrid about moving to the club and the player himself has said that he is flattered about the reports linking him with Madrid.
However, he is also interested in following former Malaga boss Manuel Pellegrini to Manchester City.
The Chilean was unveiled as City’s new boss last week and is known to want to bring Isco with him to the Etihad.
Pellegrini has formed a strong bond with Isco and would be disappointed to miss out on his protégé.
Another important factor for Isco is that he is playing regularly at his new club but that may be difficult at both Manchester City and Real Madrid as both clubs have plenty of players who can play in central midfield.