‘Big amount of money’ – Club hints at Grealish-level asking price

Shakhtar Donetsk Director Dario Srna has claimed that forward Mkyhaylo Mudryk will not be sold cheaply as a number of clubs are linked with his signature, including Premier League leaders Arsenal.

The Gunners are expected to enter into the transfer window when the winter window reopens in January, with the club having failed to replace Nicolas Pepe before the summer window slammed shut, and one name who continues to pop up is Mudryk.

The Ukrainian’s performances for both club and country have been causing quite the stir, with his Champions League outings having made a big impression, and he is believed to be in the watchful eye of a number of big European sides, but it is our club who are most strongly being linked at present.

A deal to bring him to the Emirates could well go against our successful transfer policy in recent seasons however, with Shakhtar claimed to be standing firm on a high valuation for their winger.

As much as we may well be interested in his signature, I don’t believe there is any chance that we would be willing to pay £100 Million to sign him, and feel as though we would struggle to agree to break our current transfer record on him, given he is more potential than proven at present.

His age and ability does match our transfer policy however, and he could be considered a special signing who could aid our push to win the PL title this term, but I’m struggling to imagine that we will make this happen however.


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  1. Honestly I have not seen much of this lad to make an intelligent assessment, but from what I herd he’s an exciting talent that plays on the left wing.

    From what I understand there is a need for a replacement for Pepe who can provide competition for Saka on the right, now how does the kid fits into play here is where it gets tricky, I do believe there is a genuine intrest for a winger, but a left sided one is proving hard to comprehend, unless some smart gooner can solve the maths.

    Of all the wingers mentioned only Raphinha fits the bill

  2. The earlier we forget about this lad the better, it’s best we wait for him to enter his last year then approach him.

    Until then, let’s ensure we are serious come January to avoid a dejavu of last season.

    Sure no sane club will let go their key players this January except players running down their contract….

  3. We won’t pay anything like that – nor should anyone pay that for an unproven player. As he said himself, nobody pays that for someone from the Ukrainian leagues.

    Just hype from their sporting director. I don’t think he’s helping them sell the player with these antics, so perhaps he’s trying to keep him – that seems to be Mudryk’s view based on reports that he wasn’t happy with his club getting in the way of him “achieving his dreams”.

    A LW is not our priority right now anyway, the Jesus injury may mean that Mudryk’s not going to come, not in January anyway.

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