Report – Mudryk agrees personal terms with Arsenal

Mykhailo Mudryk has been Arsenal’s main January transfer target after he shone in Europe and the Ukrainian top flight in the first half of the season.

Several clubs wanted to add him to their squad, but he seems to prefer a move to the Emirates and Arsenal is acting on that.

The Gunners have already tabled an initial offer for him. However, more talks are needed to reach an agreement between both clubs.

But the player seems eager to move to London and a report on Express Sport reveals he has already agreed on personal terms with the Gunners.

This means the clubs just need to find an agreement now and he will fly to London to complete the transfer.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Mudryk is doing his best to complete the season in London and it is only right that we play our part to make the move happen.

The winger is one of the finest players we can add to our squad for the second half of the season and it will be a good transfer deal to make.

However, we must make the purchase for a reasonable fee or allow him to spend the rest of this season with them and join us in the summer.

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  1. I saw one day Mudryk on the pitch in the champions league, he is a good player and if the Arsensal Board sign him I t will be so nice for our team

  2. I have watch his videos since the news started coming in and I believe he is the perfect addition arsenal can make up front

  3. Reports on Gakpo now suggest that Liverpool paid closer to £45m than £37m.

    Mudryk would still be expensive at anything like the numbers being mooted now, but now outrageously so – Shaktar’s valuation is way off though, so unless they accept a slightly improved offer I hope we walk away.

    He’s contracted to Shaktar until Dec 31, 2026 so the position in the summer may be no better. The player may need to make it happen, possibly by putting in a formal transfer request.

    From what I hear of his views on Arsenal, I suspect he’d turn down offers from the likes of Chelsea so perhaps time is more on our side than it appears on the surface. Once Shaktar accept that he wants to go and that they won’t be getting £85m, hopefully there’ll be an outbreak of common sense in Ukraine.

  4. By the way, I’ve seen reports that he’s agreed personal terms at least 3 times now since about mid-December.

  5. Mykhailo Mudryk agrees personal terms on proposed transfer to Arsenal – Paper Talk
    Sky Sports
    11 hours ago

    Transfer news LIVE: Mudryk ‘agrees’ Arsenal move, Felix deal hits
    roadblock, De Jong’s Man Utd U-turn
    The Mirror
    1 hour ago

    Arsenal reach ‘agreement’ for Mudryk deal as ‘improved proposal’ is
    revealed after £55m rejection
    21 hours ago

    I suppose Mudryk will agree more personal terms in another two weeks time

    …this is givemesport..:
    What do Arsenal need to do to lift the Premier League title?
    Should Arsenal wish to end their almost two-decade-long wait for a Premier League title, their task is simple: keep winning.

  6. Surely it is against the regulations for a playerwho is not yet signed, to FIRST and OFFICIALLY agree terms with the club chasing him , but not yet his club.

    I am not naive and know that is happens and all the time. I remember how a certain Cashley Hole did this with Chelsea, behind our backs.

    But surely it is against the rules, unless someone can put me right, in case I am mistaken. Not that mere rules mean much to many players, sadly, considering that cheating is rife, esp during play, in every team !

  7. I see reports that Arsenal has triggered a clause that extends Saka’s contract by a year.

    Gives more time to negotiate – but also gives us a chance to get good money for him and… it keeps him on a low wage for a year if he dithers. Good move by the club to get those clauses into contracts.

    1. You really believe Saka would leave a guaranteed starting spot + improved contract at a top team to go warm the bench at another team? You really underestimate how these players value first team football.

      1. FIFA I agree. I was surprised at that DOUBT in the mind of someone whose views I usually respect. I see NO CHANCE whatever of SAKA rejecting a new contract!

  8. it is difficult to understand why the Arsenal Board is hesitating signing one of the best if not the best footballer in Mudryk, pay the amount and win the Premier League for your fans, YOU DO OWE THEM.
    With Mudryk, Martinelli. Jesus, Saka, Xaka, Partey and the GREAT ODEGAARDT nobody will beat us , yes thats right nobody not even MAN CITY.

    1. “Difficult to understand why”??

      I’ll tell you why: No premier league experience, may move and not hit it off with a premier league team as sometimes happens to some great talent/potential! You say it like it’s a given he’ll click instantly. There’s no such guarantees! You want to pay reasonable money for such risk

  9. I can see clearly why the gaffer is going after this lad, a do think more players are on the card but the gaffer is not known for showing his hands

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