Rumours persist over Malaga target

by Matthew Harris on September 26, 2012

There were some brief rumours linking Malaga playmaker Isco with a move to Spurs in the summer but the stories attracted little publicity at the time. However, if new reports are to be believed, the Spanish under 23 international attracted a firm bid from White Hart Lane before the transfer window closed.

“There have been no calls from Russia for him. Tottenham tried to sign him before the market closed. He remains ours and with his clause, no-one has activated that,” said the Malaga Sporting Director Mario Husillos.

The release clause in question is reported to be 21 million euros for a man who cost Malaga just four million when he joined from Valencia in 2011.

These reports are also suggesting that Malaga are looking to increase the level of that clause but no matter how many times they call him the new Xavi, it seems as if the figures involved will be beyond the acceptable limits for Tottenham.


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Parklaner September 26, 2012 at 5:31 pm

Saw a bit of him in the CL game last week, the boy can play.
Leave it for a while and they’ll accept a book of luncheon vouchers for him, they’re skint


Alan Spurs Supporters Spain September 26, 2012 at 5:43 pm

Watched him for a couple of seasons,left Valencia was a youth player there,joined Malaga,pure class,has everything,A must buy in January,will become a Legend at W.H.L. living in Spain I watch many La Ligue games,Buy him Daniel&AVB !!


big stu September 26, 2012 at 7:04 pm

Also live in Spain, the kid is superb.

If spurs scouts were doing there job he would be wearing the spurs shirt by now.


top dog September 26, 2012 at 7:44 pm

Our main scout Ian Broomfield is now sacked. He was shit anyway. I agree that he should be in a spurs shirt by now if we really wanted him, Malaga needed the money and now we will be priced out.


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