Extra heavy! ‘Salika’ to break the record for ‘Isaac’ from Sociedad

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Newcastle United have managed to strengthen the front line. When preparing to grab Sweden’s Aleksandr Isak from Real Sociedad joins for a UFABET club record fee.

Newcastle United, the billionaires in the English Premier League are close to breaking. The club’s record for the club’s highest transfer signing. Swedish striker Alexander Isak from Real Sociedad in the Spanish league. Join the team with a fee of 59 million pounds or about 2,512 million baht and may rise up to 63 million pounds or about 2,682 million baht .If the conditions are met.

Extra heavy! 'Salika' to break the record for 'Isaac' from Sociedad
Extra heavy! ‘Salika’ to break the record for ‘Isaac’ from Sociedad

Salikadong previously bought Sholinton, who moved from Hoffenheim for £40 million or about 1,703 in 2019. Which was the most expensive at the time. But will be destroyed if the transfer process for the 22-year-old is completed. Spanish media reporting that the two clubs have reached an agreement on a fee.

News reporter Fabricio Romano tweeted that Tun Army had reached a personal contract with the player and his agent. Only the last step of the add-on structure remains. And then there will be a contract as the next step. This will be Magpies’ record for most transfers and the highest selling record for Real Sociedad .

In fact, the club of Tyneside Did not want to buy the Swedish spearhead this summer. But from the fact that striker Callum Wilson has suffered a hamstring injury. In the opening game of the nest to draw with Manchester City 3-3 on Sunday, August 21. Causing director of football Dan Ashworth to fly quickly. To grab a replacement before the transfer market closes on Thursday, September 1 

If the medical process is complete and the contract is officially signed, Isaac will become Newcastle United ‘s fourth new signing in the transfer window, after Sven Botman. Lille centre-back, Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope and left-back Matt Targett, who were loaned from Aston Villa last season, have produced satisfactory results. until having to buy a permanent army