The insane price of a Ukrainian star tracked by Man City and Arsenal

In great shape this season (11 games, 6 goals, 7 assists), Mykhaylo Mudrick (21), who plays for Shakhtar Donetsk, is attracting covetousness. His club, aware of holding a nugget, have set a huge price for their left winger.

In the viewfinder of Paris Saint Germainas well as of Newcastle UnitedMykhaylo Mudryk was even quoted on the side of OGC Nice, in the summer of 2021, according to RMC. Very successful this season, especially in the Champions League (3 goals and 2 assists in 5 games), the Ukrainian is now unattainable for the Riviera formation, and perhaps also for Newcastle, given the caliber of the clubs which have the left winger in their sights. According to the statements made for Calciomercato by the deputy sporting director of Shakhtard Donetsk, Carlo Nicolini, Arsenal and Manchester City are thinking of Mykhaylo Mudryk, and Bayern Munich could also swoop on the Ukrainian international (8 selections), during the next transfer window.

A sale for more than 100 million euros?

Asked about the exact value of his player, the deputy sporting director of Shakhtar Donetsk raised the stakes: “Is 40 million euros enough to convince us? We do not argue with these numbers. Not even for 50 million. We value (Mykhaylo) Mudryk more than Manchester United’s Anthony, for whom nearly 100 million euros have been paid”. The 22-year-old Brazilian was signed by the Red Devils from Ajax Amsterdam for 95m euros this summer.

According to Carlo Nicolini, Shakhtar Donetsk is in control. Indeed, the Ukrainian club is not “not forced to sell”while the expiry of Mykhaylo Mudryk’s contract is distant (June 2026). “In this team, he is the most decisive. If you want to sign players who make a difference at top clubs, you need money”.

The number 10 of Shakhtar Donetsk seems promised to the Premier League, if the Ukrainian formation does not wish to sell it for less than 100 million euros. PSG, for example, will not necessarily dive on the Ukrainian, due to a significant deficit over the last season.

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