The goal less friendly against Luton today gives Arteta more worries ahead of premier league reopening. All players were available except Saliba and injured ones.
With Gabriel Jesus out for three months with injury he picked up during international duty representing Brazil in the group stage of just concluded World Cup competition, the need for additional striker is immediately required.
According Arsenal FC News, Evening standard understand that Mudryk is one step away to Arsenal as Edu opens talk with Shakhtar Donetsk.
Mudryk has 7 goals in 12 appearances so far this season with 3 more in 6 games in the champions League. He has reportedly interested in joining Arsenal however he will not likely force a move from the Ukraine club.
The Ukrainian professional's £85m fee remains a big block against his switch to English premier league although the latest report suggest that negotiation can bring it down up to £65m as the Gunners prioritize payment in bits.
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