Manchester City have reportedly identified Real Sociedad striker Alexander Isak as a player who could strengthen their attacking ranks.
Club legend Sergio Aguero departed the Etihad over the summer transfer window, signing for Barcelona on a free transfer. The champions failed to sign a striker to replace him.
That leaves Spanish international Ferran Torres as the man most capable of playing that role in Pep Guardiola’s squad, but he is more effective drifting in from the left or right channel.
With City not having a natural striker at their disposal, you imagine that will be an area they look to address in either the January or summer window in 2022.
According to Fichajes, Real Sociedad striker Alexander Isak, who impressed for Sweden at Euro 2020, has emerged as a potential option for the Manchester giants.
Isak only signed a contract extension over the summer, but there is suggestion in the report that La Real could look to cash-in if the price is right.
Isak is only 22-year-olds, so has plenty of room for growth, all while already being one of the finest centre-forwards on offer in La Liga.
On paper, he’s a target that makes perfect sense for Man City. It’s unclear how highly he ranks on their striker shortlist, however.