Real Madrid star Isco has denied any interest in leaving the Spanish giants in the near future, putting a dampener on Arsenal and Liverpool’s hopes of capturing the talented Spanish star in the near future, as reported by the Daily Star.
Isco moved to Real in the summer of 2013 for €30 million, but struggled to cement a spot in the first team under Carlo Ancelotti last season.
This was no slight on the player, who has had to compete with Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale for first team football.
There was a belief at the two English clubs that it would be possible to sign Isco in the near future, given his lack of action for the Champions League winners.
Both clubs were thought to be interested in a move for the player in January.
However, Isco himself has denied any possibility of him leaving Real in the near future.
He said: “My feelings on my career at Marid are very positive.
“I’m in the best team in the world, we are winning titles, we achieved La Decima and hopefully we can continue that.
“I think the best place to keep winning titles is Real Madrid.”