Journalist Paul Brown reckons that Alexander Isak has the right profile to have a successful career at Arsenal if they end up signing him.
The Swedish international, who was described as “special” by ex-Gunners man Freddie Ljungberg after his impressive Euro’s last summer, has been linked with a move to the Emirates this month.
Mikel Arteta is desperately trying to add a forward to his ranks before the window closes, and Brown believes that the Real Sociedad frontman would be the right fit.
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Isak doesn’t turn 22 until next September but is one of the hottest prospects in European football. He’s already scored eight goals for his country and boasts a fine record for Sociedad, netting 41 goals in only 113 games.
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But Isak signed a new contract with Sociedad last summer, meaning his £75m release clause will have to be activated in order to prize him away from the Anoeta Stadium.
Isak has been a top target for Arsenal since November, with Tottenham and Manchester City also in the running for his signature. But Brown reckons that his profile would make him a good fit at the Emirates.
What did Brown say about Isak?
He told GIVEMESPORT: “He seems to have the right profile and you would expect Arsenal to get the best out of him if they were to get him.”
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Why do Arsenal need a striker?
Despite their recent FA Cup exit at the hands of Nottingham Forest, the Gunners are enjoying a fine campaign under Arteta and are currently fourth in the Premier League.
However, two of his three senior strikers in Eddie Nketiah and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, don’t appear to have a future in north London. Nketiah has rejected a new contract, whilst the latter was recently stripped off the captaincy for a disciplinary breach and looks to have played his last game for the club.
Meanwhile, Alexandre Lacazette, who’s currently first-choice, is also set to be a free agent at the end of the season, meaning Arsenal’s need for a new striker is becoming more desperate by the day.