Strongly linked with a move to Molineux after departing Sevilla, we take a look at what Isco could bring to a struggling Wolves side in the Premier League.
A five-time Champions League winner with Real Madrid, Isco is a familiar player to new Wolves boss Julen Lopetegui who managed him previously whilst in charge of Los Blancos, Sevilla and the Spanish national team.
Sat rock bottom of the Premier League as the division's lowest scorers, Wolves supporters will be hoping the Spaniard's creativity and class can help steer the Molineux side up the table.
We take a closer look at Isco's career and what he could bring to Wolves in the Premier League...
Isco is currently 30 years old. He will turn 31 in April 2023.
Isco is renowned for his excellent technical ability and dribbling skills, with the vision to see a killer pass and contribute with assists. The Spaniard has a low centre of gravity, with the balance and agility to beat players with ease.
Isco typically plays in an advanced midfield position behind the striker, but is also comfortable playing deeper in midfield to get plenty touches of the ball.
A product of Valencia's youth system, Isco only made four senior appearances for the club before making his name in Spanish football as part of a memorable Malaga side managed by Manuel Pellegrini.
Isco shone for Malaga, who reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League in 2013, before landing a big-money move to Real Madrid.
The technically gifted midfielder went on to win five Champions League trophies and three La Liga titles with Los Blancos before moving on to in the summer of 2022.
Isco left Real Madrid after nine years to join up with Sevilla in August 2022. The midfielder departed Los Blancos upon the expiry of his contract after an extended struggle for form left him on the fringes of manager Carlo Ancelotti's first team plans.