Report: European club believe 'unstoppable' £52m player has more or less signed for Arsenal
Arsenal could be heading towards the signing of Mykhaylo Mudryk, and Juventus believe the deal is more or less done from their perspective.
The Italian side are among the clubs in Europe said to be keen on signing Ukrainian star Mudryk. But it is believed Arsenal hold the upper hand, with the player himself even thought to be keen on the move. Indeed, Fabrizio Romano has even claimed today that Mudryk is indeed Arsenal’s priority, despite links to Christian Pulisic.
And adding even more weight to the speculation around Mudryk to Arsenal, Tuttojuve have claimed that Juventus have essentially resigned themselves to the winger signing for Arsenal.
The Italian report outlines how they believe that a £40m transfer is essentially complete. And barring any hiccups, Mudryk will become an Arsenal player in January.
For Arsenal and Mikel Arteta, this is brilliant news. Mudryk has become one of the most recognisable young talents in Europe and his form for Shakhtar has been sensational. Lauded as ‘unstoppable‘ by his own club, it certainly appears that Arsenal are getting an exciting talent here.
TBR’s View: Mudryk to Arsenal seems all but done
Arsenal fans will be delighted if this is basically announced before January. Mudryk has been the talk of the town for some time now and if they do sign him, title talk will begin again.
Mudryk looks like he has everything to be world class. He’s got goals, assists, pace and tricks in the bag and can be a player who brings The Emirates to life.
If the Gunners can pull this off and get him in before January even gets going, then it’s massive. Mudryk improves the Arsenal XI, not just the squad, and that is what Mikel Arteta wants to see.
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