In-demand Malaga starlet Isco says his club future could be decided by Sunday.
The extravagantly talented 21-year-old attacking midfielder was already one of the most sought after young players on the market, even before his captivating star turn in Spain Under 21’s European Championship victory.
He has offers from Real Madrid and Manchester City, with both clubs offering positive aspects and pitfalls.
"I prefer not to comment about my future, but the matter could be closed this Sunday," Isco said, according to Sky Sports.
Game time is obviously Isco’s main concern at this pivotal stage his career, and he must be carefully considering which star-studded midfield he has the best chance of breaking into.
City already had Samir Nasri and David Silva in the position Isco likes to play, even before they signed Fernandinho and Jesus Navas.
Real meanwhile, have Mesut Ozil, Luka Modric, Angel Di Maria and Kaka waiting for Isco to challenge them for a place in the starting line-up.
Whichever team manages to secure Isco’s services will have a superstar in the making in their clutches, and so his next few days of deep thinking will surely have the Real and City faithful on tenterhooks.