Arsenal to sign Isak Alexander

Arsenal to sign Isak Alexander

Arsenal to sign Isak Alexander

The 22-year-old drew attention with some strong performances for Sweden at Euro 2020, where he tallied two assists in four appearances.

Arsenal has been linked with the attacker, according to reports in the media this week, as Mikel Arteta considers adding to his team this month or in the summer.

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Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand arsenalhas now pushed Arsenal to sign the Swedish attacker.
He’d be an excellent signing. Another promising young player who performed admirably for Sweden during the Euros. Man, he’s a gifted player.”

Isak has had a good season with Real Sociedad, scoring four goals and providing one assist in 16 La Liga appearances. This season, he has also scored three times in five Europa League games for the Spanish team.

However, Arsenal are preparing for their League Cup semi-final match against Liverpool FC on Thursday night at The Emirates.
The Gunners come into this game wanting to get back on track after a disappointing 2-1 setback to Manchester City in the Premier League at the weekend.

Despite the heartbreak of the loss, Gunners goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale felt the performance had many positive aspects for the north London club.

“There are a lot of positives,” Ramsdale said following the game. “There aren’t many teams that have dominated Man City as we did in the first half.”

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