Video: Arsenal target Isak dribbles through half the Slovakia team at Euro 2020

Real Sociedad striker Alexander Isak has been impressing at Euro 2020, with Arsenal currently being linked with his signature.

Isak is yet to get himself on the scoresheet at the tournament, but did help his side to a 1-0 win over Slovakia yesterday, and came close to scoring when he dribbled past half of their opponent’s team.

Sport1 claims that Real Sociedad are currently in talks to remove a buyback clause which Borussia Dortmund own, which could well boost our chances of landing the young striker.

Would you love to see Isak in our famour Red & White?


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  1. AFCam says:

    yes i absolutely would. Life would not be dull with him around !

  2. RSH says:

    unlikely we are signing a striker this summer unless there is unexpected movement. As in Auba and Laca both leaving. I think it will be Balogun/Martinelli/Auba as our options next season. If we improve our midfield enough then those options are fine. Isak a terrific player tho. Jealous of whoever gets him. Probably Chelsea if they cannot get Haaland.

  3. The-Real-Vieira-Lynn-4ever says:

    If we could find a way to replace Laca with Isak I might be so overjoyed I just might have to wear some adult diapers for a day or two…this guy has good length, an eye for goal and the unique ability to provide some intelligent service in and around the box…not to mention, with him, Auba and Saka on the pitch together, each would get some very advantageous 1 v. 1 looks

    1. O.T.S says:

      Auba? U are joking, right?

  4. Yossarian says:

    Sounds good. I think quite a few clubs are after him though.

  5. David Azpiazu Torres says:

    Sorry, he is stating at Real Sociedad. His new contract has already been agreed

  6. Reggie says:

    Isaks is not coming to Arsenal, dont waste time writing articles on him.

    1. O.T.S says:

      Arsenal had the chance before Euro, but now he is out of Arsenal’s reach.

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