Isco, who has been linked with Manchester United, insists he is happy at Malaga, but admits he would have no choice but to leave if the troubled club decide they want to cash in on him.
Malaga's financial problems have left them listening to offers for several players, with Santi Cazorla completing his move to Arsenal earlier this week, and Salomon Rondon joining Rubin Kazan.
Speculation continues that the Spanish outfit are in financial trouble, with reports suggesting a takeover by an Albanian consortium could go through in the near future.
And Isco, who in the past week has been linked with a move to Old Trafford, admits he is unsure about his own future.
"My intention is to stay, but if the club decide that I have to go, I'll have no choice," said the 20-year-old.
"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."
Malaga coach Manuel Pellegrini has also been linked with a move away from the club in recent days following reports that his employers are unable to afford to pay his wages.
And Isco, full name Francisco Roman Alarcon Suarez, admitted "anything could happen" regarding his manager.
A product of Valencia's youth system, the Spain Under-21 international cost Malaga €6million when he joined them last summer.
He is understood to have a buy-out clause set at around €20m, but would likely be available for considerably less.
Last weekend, the Sunday Mirror reported that United had already made enquiries about his availability.