Arsenal look to have been handed a boost in their reported hunt of striker Alexander Isak.
Striker Isak was linked with Arsenal during the January transfer window, with 101 covering reports on deadline day that suggested the Gunners saw a €70m bid for the Swede turned down.
Then, in a recent interview, Isak was asked about interest from the Gunners, but remained coy on the situation: “I am not talking about other clubs.
“I am a Real player, I work here and this is my club. My work is on the pitch, and as I told you before, there are other people who work outside.”
The hitman was then asked if he plans to remain at Sociedad, to which he responded: “You can never be sure of anything.
“As I always say, you never know what can happen in football but in the end I’m here, happy, and nothing more.”
Why Isak could leave Real Sociedad in the summer
Now though, despite Isak seemingly not being desperate to leave Sociedad, it appears as though the Scandinavian’s future is up in the air.
As per football.london citing Spanish outlet Fichajes, Arsenal have been given a potential boost in signing reported transfer target Alexander Isak.
The report states that if Real Sociedad miss out on Europe, then he could leave the club in the summer, with the side just three points clear of dropping out of the European places.
Real Sociedad’s next outing comes on Monday evening vs Espanyol.