Arsenal aware Premier League sides are interested in Mudryk - journalist
It appears that there is a very good chance of Mudryk moving to England at some stage in the future. The 21-year-old has become one of the most talked-about young players in Europe in recent months.
He has been superb for Shakhtar Donetsk and Ukraine. And a number of Premier League sides are now admirers.
Fabrizio Romano reported that Arsenal had approached his representatives. Meanwhile, Everton had made a bid and Brentford also held an interest. I News suggested that Newcastle could make a £50 million offer in January.
Arsenal aware Premier League sides are interested in Mudryk
So it would certainly appear that Mikel Arteta’s men may be leading the charge for his signature. But in reality, it is almost getting to the stage where it would be quicker to list the Premier League teams not looking at a deal for Mudryk.
“They’re more than aware that there’s about seven or eight other teams in the Premier League keeping an eye on him,” Jones told Give Me Sport.
“I know Arsenal still have an eye on him too and I think that this is a big talent that probably will land in the Premier League in 2023.”
It will be interesting to see if the amount of interest in Mudryk prompts Arsenal to act quickly when the January transfer window opens.
The longer they leave the door open for their rivals, obviously the more likely it is that the winger will head elsewhere.
It could, of course, be a special season for Arteta’s side if their start is a sign of what is to come. And with that, January could be a really important window.
So Arsenal will surely be keeping a very close eye on his progress in the weeks ahead.
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