Last Updated: Mon, 17 Jun 2013 10:34
Malaga playmaker Isco has revealed Manchester City are keen to sign him this summer, but Real Madrid are also interested.
Isco is currently with the Spain Under-21 squad at the European Championships in Israel and will not make a decision on his future until after Tuesday's final, where his side will take on Italy.
The Malaga star is under contract until 2016 with his current club but is expected to depart this summer, providing the 35million euro [£30million] release clause in his contract is met.
Isco has now revealed City have been in contact regarding a summer move, but they face competition from Spanish giants Real Madrid.
"There are two options on the table. I have received offers from Real Madrid and Manchester City," he told AS.
"I hope to make a decision soon because I still have a contract with Malaga. I have already said before that Madrid and City are both great clubs. I want the best solution for Malaga and for myself.
"It doesn't matter to me who the owner or president is. I just want to play football and have fun. It doesn't matter to me what kind of formation a team plays. I have my own characteristics, but you always have to adapt to your surroundings."
City's chances of securing Isco could well be boosted by the fact he worked under new boss Manuel Pellegrini at Malaga last season.
The 21-year-old insists he hasn't spoken to Pellegrini since his switch to City but indicated he would be happy to work with the Chilean in the Premier League next season.
He added: "I have not spoken to him yet. I heard about his move to City on the Internet. He's a great coach and I hope he will do well in England. He did an impressive job at Malaga and at other clubs in the past, so I have little doubt that he will succeed at City.
"It's a fact that I already know Pellegrini. I know how he works and he has played a key role in my career so far during our two years together at Malaga. It's a plus that I already know him, but there isn't anything definitive as of yet."
Have you an opinion on this story? Put your money where your mouth is and claim a free £25 bet.