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Isco signs new Real Madrid deal with €700m release clause following months of speculation

A statement from the club declared: "Real Madrid CF and Isco have agreed to extend the player's contract, which is linked to the club until June 30, 2022".

By law, contracts in Spain must feature a buy-out clause and Madrid have proactively insisted on inserting unattainably high clauses into new deals for players, starting with the clause in Isco's contract, Marca and AS reported.

Isco's previous deal was set to run out at the end of this season, but the Spanish international's extension will end any rumours of a possible summer move. "We think we can win this (Europa League) title", Prieto said.

Real Madrid's attacking midfielder Isco Alarcon on Friday said he never thought about moving to Catalan football giants FC Barcelona.

Isco has played in all three of Real's La Liga fixtures so far this season, and started in Tuesday night's Champions League win over APOEL. The game against defending champion Real Madrid on Sunday gives the Basque club the flawless chance to prove its worth. "I have 11 titles in three years, which is wonderful, but we must be ambitious and the team always wants to win more", he added.

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Real Sociedad has succeeded with its possession-based style of play, taking advantage of skillful players in midfield and forwards who have been capitalizing on scoring chances.

Isco had already proven his talent before his arrival to the Bernabeu stadium.

Isco made his debut for the senior side in a friendly against Uruguay in February 2013 and has scored six goals in 22 appearances for La Roja.

Madrid are seventh in the Spanish league standings after three matches, four points behind leaders Barcelona and Real Sociedad.

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