Isak, the fourth best player in the League in 2021

Isak he was the fourth best player in the League and number 17 among the five major European leagues in the first quarter of the year. This is established by a study developed by ‘CIES Football Observatory, which has used its own methodology to measure and compare the performance of each player, whatever their position. Since January 1, the Real center forward has accumulated a score of 84.4 out of 100, only surpassed by Lionel
Messi (92.5), Nabil
Fekir (87.6) and Toni
Kroos (87.5). Complete the top 5, already behind the Nordic striker of Real, Lewis
Suarez (84.3). To be able to enter this ranking, players have had to play at least two-thirds of the minutes in the race.

Isak he has scored nine league goals during this year 2021, although he has not been able to ‘wet’ in the last four. The “txitxarro” that he celebrated last Sunday against Kosovo breaks his negative streak and represents a boost of morale and energy for the final.


1.92.5 Lionel Messi (Barcelona) 998 minutes

2. 87.6 Nabil Fekir (Betis) 892 minutes

3. 87.6 Toni Kroos (Real Madrid) 905 minutes

4. 84.4 Alexander Isak (Real Sociedad) 789 minutes

5. 84.3 Luis Suárez (Atlético Madrid) 1059 minutes

6. 83.6 Gerard Moreno (Villarreal) 769 minutes

7. 82.3 Joaquín Suso (Seville) 944 minutes

8. 81.4 Iker Muniain (Athletic) 788 minutes

9. 80.2 José Gayá (Valencia) 990 minutes

10. 78.6 Roque Mesa (Valladolid) 800 minutes

He does not think of signing for any club

The Swede continues to be associated with many European clubs for the future. The last has been Roma, but before also Barcelona and Manchester City. From this summer, in addition, Borussia Dortmund will be able to take it for 30 million euros, with the mandatory green light of the ram and for solely sporting reasons, never economic ones.

Playing the Premier is one of the future aspirations of Isak. He doesn’t hide it: “I can definitely imagine myself playing in England. It is perhaps the best league in the world and it is clear that you always want to stick to first-rate football, “he told the Swedish newspaper ‘Aftonbladet’, to questions from his readers.

To the peace of mind of the fans, the Swede maintains, however, that “I am not thinking much about a move at the moment.” He adds something that he had already said on occasion: “I just want to continue playing here and finish the season as well as possible. I’m definitely not thinking of any transfers at the moment, ”he says.