Real Sociedad striker Alexander Isak has not ruled out a transfer away from the Spanish club in the summer.
The Swedish international was heavily linked with a move to Arsenal during the January transfer window, and while he says he is focused on playing for his current club, he would not be drawn on where he will play beyond the end of the campaign:
“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… 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.”
Sociedad weren’t willing to sell Isak for below his €90m (£75m) release clause last month and it remains to be seen whether that will change in the future.
The Gunners may well have switched targets by the summer anyway. Lille’s Jonathan David is expected to leave the Ligue One side at the end of the season and the Canadian international could well move further up the list of targets.
Moves for Everton’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin or Aston Villa’s Ollie Watkins can’t be ruled out either, although their clubs would probably hold out for sizeable transfer fees.