As reported by SER Catalunya in its Què t’hi Jugues program, Alexander Isak (09-21-1999), one of the sensations of the season, is on Barça’s agenda as plan B if the Barça club fails to close the signing of Lautaro Martínez, which is the Barça club’s number one goal for this summer.Isak, one of the sensations of the season but a player still to be exploited and to achieve regularity in the game, has scored 14 goals in 34 official matches this year and has been the hero of Real in the Cup, where he has scored seven goals in seven games. With spectacular conditions to play soccer despite 1.90 meters, it has impressed by its way of handling both legs, of falling to the bands, of turning. His coordination speaks of a great player and, of course, that has put him on the agenda of the best European teams. The Swedish international (11 games, four goals with his team) has a clause of 70 million euros this summer. The amount will remain for other summers, but with an asterisk. Borussia Dortmund could play it back for 30 million euros. Of course, only in the summers of 2021, 2022 and 2023. The price of Isak for all clubs, including Dortmund, is 70 million euros as reported by Mundo Deportivo last February.
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