Man United prepared to pay £75.8million clause for signing – Face competition


Manchester United must reinforce their attack by signing a striker, who would serve the club in the long run. They have been interested in Swedish starlet, Alexander Isak.

Last month, Mirror Sport revealed that the Red Devils are eyeing a deal worth £60million to bring the Real Sociedad forward to Old Trafford in the summer.

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Then, MD covered a story and stated that La Liga club will only sell their striker if the release clause of 90 million euros in his contract is met.

Recently, Spanish source, Fichajes, have reported that Man Utd are prepared to pay the £75.8million clause to sign Isak, however, they face competition from two Premier League sides.

It is stated that even Arsenal and title contenders, Liverpool, are willing to activate the termination clause to hire the services of the 22-year-old player.

In the last campaign, Isak directly contributed in 19 goals (17 goals and 2 assists) in 34 league appearances for Sociedad. This term, so far, he has made 33 appearances in all competitions and directly contributed in 11 goals (8 goals and 3 assists).

The youngster is super talented and that is why top clubs are after him but his form of late has been poor. It must be noted that the former AIK forward has not scored a single goal in the league since the turn of the year.

Sooner rather than later, the 20-time English champions need to replace Ronaldo and Cavani. Will Isak be the one to replace the legendary duo? We shall see.

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