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Good news from Emirates as Arsenal reach verbal agreement to sign world-class striker



Done deal as Arsenal officially completed first January signing of high-rated player, medical in London soon

According to Italian transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, Arsenal have interested in signing Alexander Isak this month, but Real Sociedad prefer to sell him in summer transfer window.

The Sweden international has been heavily with a move to Emirates in recent weeks, with Gunners boss Mikel Arteta keen on strengthen his attacking options before the end of the month.

Early this month, Mikel Arteta’s side have trying to add quality frontman to their squad by submitted lucrative offered for Fiorentina over Dusan Vlahovic, who established himself as one of the best youngest striker in the world of football.

However, the Serbia international rejected Arsenal proposal despite the north London club ready to break the bank in aiming of bringing in to Emirates stadium this month.

As a result of that, the Gunners chiefs switch their attention to other alternative, with lead by Alexander Isak, Jonathan David, and Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

All are have been strongly linked with a move to Emirates in recent days, however, Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano has confirmed the striker wanted by Arsenal this month.

According to him, Alexander Isak wanted by Arsenal chiefs this month following Vlahovic deal collapsed but Real Sociedad prefer to let him leave in summer transfer window.

Isak in the other hand, want Emirates move and he already has a fantastic relationship with Gunners chief creator Martin Odegaard. In 2019/20 campaign, Martin Odegaard joined Real Sociedad on a season-long loan deal and Isak made breakthrough into first-team that season.

In that season Isak scored 16 goals in La-Liga and his relationship with Odegaard was clear throughout the season. He’s been less prolific so far this season but has still managed to find the net eight times in the league and as he has shown such promise, he is garnering interest from a number of Europe’s top clubs.

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