Chelsea target Isco admits he would be willing to leave Malaga to alleviate the Spanish club's financial woes.
Malaga are enjoying a decent season, both domestically and in Europe, despite being forced to sell the likes of Salomon Rondon, Santi Cazorla and Nacho Monreal.
The La Liga outfit still need to raise funds and Isco, whose buyout clause is set at £30m, is considered their most saleable asset.
He has attracted interest from both Chelsea and Manchester City, and says he will do anything he can to save his current club.
"I am ready to sacrifice myself for the good of the club," he told AS.
"I would have no problem in accepting an offer to help Malaga to recover."