Sevilla playmaker, Isco, has agreed to terminate his contract with the LaLiga side, cutting short a deal that was supposed to run until 2024.
The Seville club have parted ways with the attacking midfielder, according to reports from Marca.
The 30-year-old has seen his role diminished after former manager Julen Lopetegui — who encouraged Isco to sign as a free agent following his exit from Real Madrid — was fired in early October.
Isco’s contract, which was due to run until 2024, will be terminated immediately.
Isco had a publicly frosty relationship with director of football Monchi, and was training alone — reportedly due to an ankle issue — prior to the World Cup break.
Marca initially reported that the two parties were looking for an exit path in mid-November.