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Arsenal’s prime striking target for the summer transfer window revealed

Arsenal will want to strengthen their squad in this upcoming summer transfer window and their prime striking target has been revealed.

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Arsenal are on the hunt for a prolific striker to bolster their attacking ranks ahead of the upcoming season, and reports suggest that Newcastle’s Alexander Isak is high on their list of targets.

According to The Independent, the Gunners are determined to secure a top-quality striker before their pre-season tour, and the Swedish international has emerged as a prime candidate. Isak enjoyed a breakout season with Newcastle in 2023/24, netting 21 goals and providing 2 assists.

 

NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, ENGLAND – MAY 07: Bukayo Saka of Arsenal is challenged by Alexander Isak of Newcastle United during the Premier League match between Newcastle United and Arsenal FC at St. James Park on May 07, 2023 in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. (Photo by Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

The 24-year-old forward possesses the pace, power, and technical ability that could make him a perfect fit for Mikel Arteta’s attacking philosophy. His impressive goalscoring record and ability to lead the line would be a valuable asset to Arsenal’s push for the Premier League title.

Arsenal’s pursuit of Isak highlights their ambition to close the gap on Manchester City, who narrowly won the title with 91 points, while the Gunners finished second with 89 points. The addition of a striker of Isak’s caliber would be a significant statement of intent and could propel Arsenal towards a successful campaign in 2024/25.

With the transfer window open, the coming weeks will be crucial for Arsenal as they aim to finalize a deal for Isak and secure the firepower they need to challenge for the top spot.

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