Arsenal Chooses A £40 Million Transfer Priority After Gabriel Jesus’ Injury

Arsenal Chooses A £40 Million Transfer Priority After Gabriel Jesus’ Injury.

According to rumors, Mykhaylo Mudryk of Shakhtar Donetsk has been identified as Arsenal’s top transfer target for January.

After taking a break for the World Cup, the Gunners are currently gearing up for the second half of the season and hope to continue where they left off as they currently lead the Premier League by five points over Manchester City.

Because of Gabriel Jesus’ World Cup-related knee injury, Mikel Arteta’s plans to bolster his team during the January transfer window may have changed.

Arsenal is without a central striker as a result of the surgery the Brazil international needed and the anticipated three-month recovery period.

However, Mudryk is still Arsenal’s top target for the upcoming transfer window, and sources tell The Athletic that there is a “good chance” that the Ukrainian international will sign with Arteta’s team.

Aside from wanting to play in the Premier League, the report states that Mudryk is “determined” to join Arsenal.

After Shakhtar publicly valued Mudryk at €100 million (£87.5 million) last month, the Ukrainian team left Mudryk dissatisfied.

The Athletic was informed by Dario Srna of Shakhtar that if someone wanted to purchase Mudryk, they would need to pay an enormous sum of money.

Arsenal Chooses A £40 Million Transfer Priority After Gabriel Jesus' Injury

Rinat Akhmetov, the club’s president, won’t sell him if that happens. Respect for the president, for Shakhtar, and ultimately for Mykhaylo Mudryk, one of the best players he has ever seen, is required of all the clubs. It costs a lot of money. Price determination is made by the market, not by me.

In my opinion, Mudryk is just as good as Antony and Grealish, two players who are worth more than €100 million. These two transfers happened within the last year in essentially the same positions. Borussia Dortmund player Sancho. All we ask for is respect.

The market determines the cost, not him; it demonstrates what types of players are worth this much.

Arsenal Chooses A £40 Million Transfer Priority After Gabriel Jesus’ Injury.

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