The Gunners had a disappointing January transfer season in which few players left – either permanently or on loan – but no new additions arrived, leaving manager Mikel Arteta weak up front and in central midfield.
Real Sociedad striker Isak was heavily linked with a move to north London during the January transfer window. Arsenal attempted to sign Serie A top scorer Dusan Vlahovic as a new forward. But failed to sign him because Dusan prefered Serie A giant Juventus.
Arsenal will be looking for two new forwards this summer. According to The Sun, they want to sign both Alexander Isak and Dominic Calvert-Lewin. Ruben Neves, a midfielder for Wolves, is Arsenal’s third major target.
The north Londoners believe they can make up to £70 million by selling on-loan players. It will be an exciting transfer.