Real Madrid hold on to Isco with €700m clause

By News Express on September 15, 2017

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Real Madrid have included a €700 million buy-out clause in playmaker Isco’s new five-year contract, designed to prevent a repeat of the Neymar situation experienced by Barcelona, local media reported on Thursday.

Real's rivals Barca were caught off-guard when Paris St Germain triggered the €222 million buy-out clause in Neymar's contract, which paved the way for the Brazil striker to move to the French club in August.

Spanish and European champions Real announced on Thursday that Isco has signed a four-year extension to his current contract, which was due to expire at the end of this campaign.

By law contracts in Spain must feature a buy-out clause and Madrid have pro-actively insisted on inserting unattainably high clauses into new deals for players, starting with the clause in Isco’s contract, Marca and AS reported on Thursday.

Isco is in his fifth season in the Spanish capital after joining from Malaga. He has become a fans’ favourite at the Bernabeu.

A winner of three Champions Leagues and one Liga title with Madrid, the 25-year-old has developed into a pivotal component of Zinedine Zidane's side over the past 18 months after initially struggling to establish himself. © Reuters

•Photo shows Real Madrid’s Isco in action.

Source News Express

Posted September 15, 2017

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