The 20-year-old stated that he would prefer to remain with the financially-troubled Andalusian club, but admitted that, ultimately, he does not know what his future holdsIsco has revealed that he would like to stay with Malaga, but that he would have no choice but to leave if the club decided to let him go.
Rumours abound that the Andalusians are heavily in debt, and have recently sold Santi Cazorla to Arsenal and Salomon Rondon to Rubin Kazan in an attempt to balance the books.
It had been revealed in July that Villarreal are planning to report their Liga rivals to Uefa for not paying the full amount for the 2011 transfer of Cazorla, and the club's Qatari owner, Sheikh Abdullah Al-Thani, along with vice-president Abdullah Ghubn, are said to be unhappy with how television money is distributed in Spain.
The unrest has led to further rumours that the club's hierarchy are keen to sell to an Albanian oil magnate, and Isco revealed that he is unsure over his own future.
"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," he said, referring to Friday's European draw.
Indeed, the club qualified for the continent's premier club competition for the first time in their history last season, but their preparations for the campaign have been far from perfect, with coach Manuel Pellegrini rumoured to be considering his options over doubts that his employers can afford to pay his wages.
And Isco could not offer any optimism on the subject, claiming that "anything could happen" regarding the Chilean coach, but sent out a rallying cry to the club's supporters.
"We are really looking forward to starting the [play-off] match," he continued. "Now we need support and love from the fans, and we hope to see a great atmosphere at La Rosaleda."