Arsenal and Chelsea are all looking forward to getting the high profile players into their squad this January transfer window. A move which has seen both clubs linked with Shakhtar Donetsk winger Mykhaylo Mudryk.
According to Sunsport report the latter is high valued and has seen the Premier League giants being asked to play close to a £100m for his services. As per same publication the winger is now in UK to undergo medical as Chelsea are in advanced stage with Shakhtar Donetsk to sign the player.
Same report claim that the Blues have agreed to pay an upfront of £62m then £35m later in performance-related add-ons. This will take the total to £97m for the transfer of Mykhaylo Mudryk moving to Chelsea.
Chelsea have agreed a seven year deal with the player which has seen Arsenal miss out on the high profile player. A blow to Arteta who takes on Conte this evening in a Premier League encounter on away soil.
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