Arsenal target Mykhaylo Mudryk will not reportedly join Newcastle United in the January transfer window. Hence, the magpies will move to other targets.
Although, the winger is still hopeful of a move to the Gunners. Therefore, his agent is encouraging them to bid in January.
NEWCASTLE UNITED AND MYKHAYLO MUDRYK TRANSFER RUMORS FULL STORY
According to reports, Mykhaylo Mudryk has no interest in joining Newcastle United. The report also claims that the winger will only join Arsenal. Hence, the magpies will move to other transfer targets. The report also claims that they were ready to pay over 50 million for the winger. However, personal terms will be a big issue in the deal.
Hence, it looks like Arsenal will have a big chance to sign Mykhaylo Mudryk. The report claims that Newcastle will try to sign Moussa Diaby and James Maddison. Hence, it looks like Eddie Howe is ready with a variety of different options. They are currently 3rd in the Premier League table. Hence, they will hope to make big signings in January to qualify for the Champions League.
ARSENAL HAVE TO MAKE THEIR OPPORTUNITIES COUNT
According to certain reports, Mikel Arteta wants to develop Mykhaylo Mudryk into one of the best wingers in the world. Hence, it looks like the Arsenal manager has also sanctioned the move. However, there will be issues with the transfer fee. The report claims that Shakhtar will demand over 80 million for the winger in the January transfer window.
Hence, it looks like they are trying to make Arsenal overpay for the player. However, the Gunners will not fall into the traps. Therefore, they will try to negotiate a lower price for the winger. The agent of the winger has also requested Donetsk to reduce the transfer fee. This will help Mudryk achieve his dream move in the January transfer window.
Arsenal will try to use their January transfer window budget smartly. They will also hope to find the best deals for selling their fringe players. Hence, it will be a game of patience for the fans and team in the January transfer window.
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