Isco accepts he could be sold by crisis hit Malaga this month.
The midfielder is Malaga's most saleable asset and interesting Manchester United and Arsenal.
"My intention is to stay, but if the club decide that I have to go, I'll have no choice," Isco told reporters.
"We have to keep working and hope that it is all resolved. We do not have much information on the subject, we are focusing on the Champions League play-off."For all the latest football news go to tribalfootball.com.
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