Report – Arsenal wants a European star compared to Neymar

Arsenal reportedly wants to sign Shakhtar Donetsk talent Mykhaylo Mudryk in this transfer window.

The Gunners have been adding top talents to their squad in this window and most of them have been youngsters.

They remain keen to bolster their squad more before the transfer window closes.

Several players could still join them, and one of them might be Mudryk.

A report on Media Foot claims they are interested in making the 21-year-old one of their summer arrivals.

The midfielder has been named the Ukrainian Neymar and so much is expected from him in the future.

Brentford also wanted to add him to their squad, and they made an offer for him, but it was not good enough.

Just Arsenal Opinion

We have made a fine start to this season, but we must keep adding new players to our squad to make it competitive.

Mudryk might not start games immediately, but he is a top talent and he would offer a lot of long-term value.

At 21, he has time to develop into the player he is expected to become and the careers of Gabriel Martinelli and William Saliba have shown us that patience pays.

It would be interesting to see if we can meet the asking price of Shakhtar to add him to our squad.

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  1. Yes. No easy games in d premier league. Makes me appreciate how wins more. Chelsea lost to Leeds too

  2. Yeah it’s going to be a crazy season, the fear factor the big yes use to command is evaporating very fast, Chelsea just got mugged at Leeds and they damn looked unrecognizable

  3. I saw that about Mudryk and posted it yesterday – could be another good addition if the fit is right.

    The new big six are after him (Arsenal, City, Brentford, Leeds, Fulham and Brighton) 😉

  4. Chelsea are far weaker than last season and imo need 4 signings including a CB and CF. Liverpool will bounce back. United need 7 signings to even compete for the top 8.

    Spurs have bought well but I feel they have been way overrated tbh. They might start well but when we get into the meat of the season will they struggle. Additionally not to mention they have spent close to 200m this year with the winter and summer windows an for me that hasn’t bought alot when you consider what we have spent and got.

    It’s going to be a tasty season shame the WC is sandwiched in the middle of it

    1. Agree. And I read that Chelsea has sent £170m in this window.

      The wc is likely to favour teams that don’t have many international players, they get a rest.

      I haven’t really looked at which clubs it will favour – probably pointless since it can work the other way for someone who would’ve gone but then they get injured – instead they get time to recover, which they wouldn’t get in a normal season.

  5. Right now, Newcastle 3-man city 1…. This is premier league, don’t underrate any team, Leeds just hammered Chelsea by 3-0…. Arsenal is on top of the table now till may be November… Lol…..

  6. Man c really played like a champion today. And that’s what I want from Arsenal. Even tho d toons played their best game so far this season, it could only get dem a draw against man c. If any of d team outside d top 6 should play their best football against arsenal, I want d highest results they can get should b draw or still lose sef

      1. Yes city were able to come back and drew, they might nt be so lucky nxt time. Sometimes u will try everything but won’t be able to get a goal

    1. Newcastle should’ve won. Countered City to death in that first half and should’ve got more than two. They also did same after it was 3-1 and then allowed City back into it by conceding a cheap goal. City were really lucky. Newcastle will take the result but its disappointing considering what it could’ve been. Saint-Maximin ran rings around that City team.

      1. Stm I think the referees favour man City quite abit. Extra time most times added when city down all season.

  7. If we can just get two more signings over the line(CM and Winger) with only City looking supreme, who knows what this season will bring. 2015-2016 deja vu anyone?

  8. One other reason not to get carried away at this stage is that we see what’s probably “the first 11” playing – but they can’t play them every game, all season long.

    When Jesus is rested the speed in attack will be less – much less, Nketiah is nowhere near Jesus’ level. But then, very few are at that level – you can’t just sign 2 players like Jesus in one window, especially if you don’t have CL football and both Liverpool and City are on the lookout for new strikers.

    On the upside, there seems to be some cover at the back for rotations – or by playing different formations.

    1. @IdkwIc
      RealTalk. Arteta had better start giving our second string some match mins, or it’s going to get ugly…Just sayin.

      1. We’ve played one a week thus far and the obvious rotation options were dealing with injuries… Just saying.

    2. Well given Tomiyasu and Tierney two nailed for everyone starters last year haven’t started yet we are fine. ESR deserves a mention there too. New signing Viera is going to surprise many once he starts playing. as well Not too concerned. Partey is the one place you can argue and not sure that’s as large an issue as it was last year.

      1. Well, I did say that defensively there seems to be cover but the concern is the drop-off in quality further forward, especially up front.

        Eddie in for Jesus makes such a difference to the quality of the attack. Nketiah is more of a true striker – he finishes, he doesn’t really create – whereas Jesus does it all. And even as a striker Eddie always makes me feel that his ball skills are just a little below a level I’d call “good”.

        Basically it’s not just having cover, but the gulf in quality of the cover in some positions that worries me.

        With Jesus liklely to play for Brazil deep into the WC tournament, it’s going to be a long season for him. I suspect the plan is that he’ll get a rest in January and Arteta is secretly hoping Eddie doesn’t play many minutes for England so he can cover.

        1. If Jesus is the starter it’s gonna be hard to find another top forward that is on his level that would be fine being backup. Only City/PSG has ever gotten away with that, and the 2nd striker ends up leaving for gametime or is unhappy in the lockeroom. I think Eddie is hungry enough and the right mentality to take his chances when he plays. Definitely aspects he can still improve in his game, but for a backup he will be adequate and I think he’ll push himself to be better than last season.

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