Real Madrid star Isco has put pen to paper a new five year contract at the Bernabeu which will see his new release clause (a compulsory figure according to Spanish labour laws) put at 700 million euros. That is more than twice the current release clause for Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi (300m)
After Paris Saint-Germain triggered Neymar’s 222 million euro release clause, Los Blancos have allegedly moved to make the release clause of all their first team players to be a minimum of 500 million euros.
Isco was part of the Real squad that won the Super Cup recently against Manchester United in Skopje. He scored a goal for Real in that game- check it out, courtesy Soccer-Blogger
The contract is reportedly worth 6 million euros a year, with the option of a year’s extension built in.
Isco’s compatriot Alvaro Morata moved this summer to Chelsea for 70 million pounds.