Arsenal’s interest in top attacking talent still not advanced yet

Arsenal has a long-standing interest in Mykhailo Mudryk, and they have been tipped to add him to their squad in the January transfer window.

The youngster has emerged as one of the finest attackers in Europe this season as he shines for Shakhtar Donetsk and the Ukrainian national team.

Several clubs have added him to their shopping list, including Real Madrid, who has faced him at least four times in the Champions League.

Arsenal is one club that will help him reach his full potential, and he obviously likes the idea of playing for them.

However, they have still not advanced their interest in him, as reported by transfer insider Fabrizio Romano. He writes in his column on Caught Offside:

“At the moment, it’s Arsenal pushing for Mykhaylo Mudryk, but there’s still no advanced negotiation on the fee.”

Just Arsenal Opinion

Mudryk is the trending player in Europe now and we will do well to add him to our squad. However, he has to feature highly on our shopping list before we can add him to the group.

The youngster still has some development to do and he can become his best self if he works with Mikel Arteta at the Emirates.

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5 Comments

  1. Is there any chance that Mudryk can/could play through the middle, at CF? Could he use his devastating pace to great effect like a certain mercurial AFC legend? I’ve only seen clips of this kid so I’d be interested to hear from someone who follows him more closely

  2. It kind of makes sense if we look at Smith-Rowe as a false 9.
    Mudryk and Martinelli as left inside forwards.

    ESR as a temp false 9 while Eddie is given the chance to prove himself as the ‘main man’ while Jesus is out.

    When Jesus comes back then ESR can be a squad player, capable of covering all AM roles and a false 9 role, real team player.

  3. I’m not really convinced about the guy. Too much running instead of intelligent play. I don’t like players who rely too much on speed as they a pushed down all the time. Felix seems to me the ideal player to bring in.
    He is good at building in play and distribution

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