Despite Newcastle’s refusal to sell, Arsenal and Spurs are interested in a £100 million deal for Isak.

Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur could engage in a bidding war for star attacker Alexander Isak, which would benefit Newcastle United.

According to reports, both London teams are planning offers of £100 million for the striker.

Eddie Howe, the manager of Newcastle, has cautioned though, saying that Isak is not for sale.

With 14 Premier League goals in his 21 games this season, the 23-year-old attacker has been in excellent form.

Remember that on Saturday, they defeated West Ham 4-3 thanks to two penalties he scored.

Isak’s play style has won over supporters when he joined Newcastle in 2022 for a club-record £60 million from Real Sociedad.

Even though he has shown great performances, questions about Newcastle’s financial status persist, which could endanger his stay.

Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules apply to Newcastle, particularly in the event that they are unable to qualify for Europe.

During the international break, Isak had himself alluded to a possible move by saying that “things can happen” if the right circumstances present themselves.

Despite this, Toon’s coach Howe is unwavering in his position, highlighting Isak’s value to the group and the fact that no one at Newcastle wants to see him leave.

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