Isco has officially signed for Sevilla on a two-year deal, the La Liga club have confirmed.
The 30-year-old has passed his medical and put pen to paper on a deal until 2024 on Monday.
He had turned down offers from other European teams, as his priority was to stay in Spain. And in La Liga, the options were with Sevilla, the only club other than the big three that could guarantee him Champions League football next season.
The former Real Madrid man has also played his part in the deal, lowering his salary to join the Andalusian side.
As reported by AS, his fixed salary will be five times less than what he received at Madrid, meaning he will earn just over one million euros net in each of his two seasons at the Sánchez Pizjuán.
Isco’s contract also has a significant amount of variables and objectives set, which if met in full could see the Malagueño’s salary jump to five million euros – 10 million for two seasons.
In the coming days, he will be formally unveiled as a new Sevilla player and will meet up with his new teammates for his first training session under Julen Lopetegui.