Many of you may not have known the Swedish international before this year’s Euros, but after getting out of a group including Spain and Poland, getting seven out of the nine points available, Isak was poignant in helping hold up and create chances as Sweden got knocked out of the last 16 against Ukraine. T
Off the back of this, the Swede has topped off a strong start to his international career, scoring eight goals in 31 games so far for his country. His domestic form has proved to be even more impressive, with the majority of his career so far coming in Spain with Real Sociedad.
Having nine-goal involvements in 21 games so far this season, Isak is certainly showing he’s not a one-season wonder, after 19 goal involvements in 34 league games last season helped Soceidad to a fifth-placed finish.
Isak is fast, athletic, and has a natural eye for goal and ability to link up with those around him very well; something Arsenal always look at. It would be a fantastic signing, but at 21 with a background with Borussia Dortmund too, it wouldn't come cheap.
Chance of transfer: 5/10