Romano tips Arsenal to sign 21-year-old winger

Mykhaylo Mudryk’s career was paused for some months because of Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine.

The 21-year-old is one of the budding young talents in Ukrainian football and several clubs want to sign him.

He has remained loyal to Shakhtar Donetsk even though he could have changed clubs by following FIFA’s instructions.

There are still a few more days left before this transfer window closes and clubs keep circling.

Fabrizio Romano has now revealed that he could change homes and Arsenal has an interest in him.

He told Wettfreunde: “One of the names I wanted to mention is Mudryk from Shakhtar.

“He’s one of the most interesting wingers in the market that many clubs are keen on signing on him, from England, the Bundesliga, from Italy too because he was one of the players followed by Juventus few months ago.

“And now could be an opportunity, so let’s see what Arsenal decide to do.”

Just Arsenal Opinion

We are one of the best clubs in the world for any budding youngster to join if they are serious about developing their game.

Since Mikel Arteta became our latest manager, we have continued to sign players aged between 25 and under.

Mudryk is perfect for our new-look team, but Shakhtar will not allow him to leave for a cheap fee.

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5 Comments

  1. So if we are not signing a new DM is it safe to say Arteta already sees AMN as a reliable replacement for the now injured Elneny ?
    Cos I wouldn’t mind.

    1. No way, we are not aiming to finish 8th again we are aiming to compete, with due respect to AMN he cant make the grade, could not at all the clubs he has been loaned to, we need to sign a mieldfielder ASAP

    2. No, it plainly is not safe to assume that.

      It is nonsesnse and AMN wil not be featuring at all in the PREM, unless we have a catastrophically damaging injury crisis. The club are still trying to shift him out, quite correctly too.

      1. Partey is currently on the treatment bench

        Elneny is also on a long one already

        Is this not a bad sign for whatever we have in our midfield?

  2. Maybe it’s time for Sambi Lokonga to stand and be counted. Also some of our young midfielders in the u21 are doing well, I’ll like to see what they can do on the big stage especially in the cup competitions.

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