Isco’s contract with Sevilla has been terminated, just four months after the club signed the former Spain midfielder on a free transfer.
After a very successful stint with Real Madrid, the 30-year-old signed a two-year contract and moved to Sevilla in August.
Isco assisted Real in winning the Champions League five times and La Liga three times after moving there from Malaga in 2013.
He played for Sevilla for just 19 games, recording one goal and three assists, before being released.
Sevilla issued a club statement in which they wished Isco “the very best of luck for the future.”
Isco was introduced as a Sevilla player in front of more than 10,000 spectators in August, but coach Julen Lopetegui was fired in October.
Isco reportedly got into a fight with Sevilla’s sports director Monchi during a training session this month, leading some to believe that he was not in new coach Jorge Sampaoli’s plans.
He made just 17 appearances during his final season at the Bernabeu and did not make an appearance as a substitute when Real Madrid defeated Liverpool in the Champions League final last year. He scored 53 goals in 353 games for Real Madrid.
The Valencia-born player’s final international appearance was in 2019, and he scored 12 goals in 38 games for Spain.