Arsenal transfer news: Mudryk drops intriguing comment on Shakhtar's Twitter
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Arsenal transfer news: Mudryk drops intriguing comment on Shakhtar's Twitter

Arsenal target Mykhaylo Mudryk has dropped his fair share of hints about wanting to join the Gunners in recent months.

Now, the Ukraine international may have just made a hint about his future on Shakhtar Donetsk’s social media feeds.

On Saturday, Mudryk received the club’s Player of the Year award at the club’s training ground.

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The Arsenal target triumphed for a second year in a row, 76 percent of the club’s fans naming him as their POTY.

Shaktar’s socials have certainly been busy with Mudryk-related comment in recent weeks.

Just like the player himself has been making online overtures towards Arsenal, the club has been dangling quite a few proverbial carrots too.

This sort of thing, for example:

Followed by this:

Anyway… when it came to the player interview, Mudryk said his award was “a result of not only my individual work, but the work of the entire team”.

He then thanked the fans for their support and added that “we will continue working”.

Okay, so far the suggestion is that he could be staying?

Onto the next bit… the interviewer asked Mudryk how he can assess his progress throughout the year in wake of his second POTY win.

And here’s the interesting bit. He says: “Good progress, but you can always be better.

“Therefore, you should not stop, but go towards new goals, look for new challenges.”

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Definitely seems like a hint about his future. Which seems to be away from Shakhtar and somewhere else.

Could that somewhere else be Arsenal?

Honestly, at this point, it just feels like they’re teasing us all now.

However, unless the clubs themselves put out the relevant statements, the Mudryk to Arsenal business remains in the ‘speculation’ pile.

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I mean, it’s looking good. The likes of Fabrizio Romano and Ben Jacobs seem to think it’s heading in the right direction.

Let’s hope for some kind of breakthrough soon, eh?

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