Arsenal are in pole position to sign Shakhtar Donetsk winger Mykhaylo Mudryk. The Gunners were monitoring the player and in the summer transfer window. The Gunners reportedly agreed personal terms with the Ukrainian International but a deal didn't Materialiser following disagreements over the fee.
The player has hit the ground running this season with 12 goal involvements. He already has five goals under his name. Of the five goals, he has scored twice in the champions league. He has further set up seven more goals in 10 appearances across all competitions.
The Daily Mail reports that the Gunners still hold interest in signing the 21-year-old who's been dubbed the Ukrainian Messi and they are leading in the race for his signature. Arsenal however face competition from Serie A outfits Roma, who reportedly tabled a £25 million offer which was rejected, as Shakhtar were holding out for a bid £40 million.
The starlet current deal runs until December 2026. The player recently revealed that he dreams of playing for a Premier League club and Arsenal will push to have him.
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