Shakhtar winger Mykhaylo Mudryk has hinted he would be open to joining Arsenal in January soon after the Gunners failed in a summer technique for him.
The 21-year-previous was a target for Arsenal late in the transfer window but Shakhtar refused to budge on their €50 million asking cost, even though the Leading League facet were only prepared to supply close to €35m.
Talking to CBS reporter Ben Jacobs, Mudryk insisted he was concentrated on Shakhtar for the time being but that a move to Arsenal would ‘be tricky to say no to’ soon after being asked if the Gunners were being a ‘dream club’.
“I assume just about every participant goals about the Premier League,” Mudryk said. “It’s hard to say [one specific club] but Arsenal is a really good team with a incredibly great coach, I like the way they enjoy.
“It would be challenging to say no. From my aspect, I cannot say no. But a transfer is not only my final decision and my word. In the winter we will see.
“There was a large amount of dialogue about transfers and clubs who want me, but it is normal. Now I’m in Shakhtar and I want to engage in for this team, I enjoy this team. I love each and every person in this workforce, Shakhtar is my household.
“For now all my feelings are in Shakhtar but in wintertime we will see.”
Will Arsenal indication Mudryk in January?
Arsenal ended up hoping to sign one particular additional attacker before the transfer deadline to increase the group just after a great start off to the season which saw them acquire their opening 5 Premier League online games.
The Gunners experienced spent over £100m on the likes of Gabriel Jesus, Oleksandr Zinchenko and Fabio Vieira but they have been unable to incorporate the midfielder and forward that they sought after.
“Arsenal is a quite excellent group. From my aspect I cannot say no…” 👀
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Pedro Neto was the precedence goal on the wing but Wolves ended up unwilling to sell their prized talent, prompting Arsenal to go after a move for Mudryk.
Everton and Wonderful also created techniques for the Ukrainian but he was pushing for a transfer to Arsenal, even so neither side were being eager to budge on their respective valuations.
Mudryk grabbed a goal and two assists in the Champions League against RB Leipzig, showcasing why he is regarded a top talent at Shakhtar.