Arsenal’s plan to rebuild after Mudryk failure

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All indications were that Arsenal would bid for sensation Mikhailo Mudryk. On his Instagram account, the Ukrainian winger was also very clear about his intentions, even posting pictures of him watching Gunners matches. But at the very last minute, Chelsea entered the dance and stole the player from their London neighbours, cashing out a €100m check including bonus.

“Before Chelsea arrived in Turkey, we almost agreed with Arsenal that there was no chance to conclude (…) When Chelsea arrived, they just said ‘we know you have negotiated with Arsenal, but we will would like to meet. In general it was the same offer. But if you look into the fixed part and the bonuses, it was completely different. Chelsea were much more serious and only on certain points. When we met Chelsea, we all stayed together. To you had to understand the context, it was nine or ten hours. They invited the player and explained the whole project to us.”Shakhtar Donetsk general manager Sergei Palkin said.

Shakhtar Donetsk explain why Mykhaylo Mudryk rejected Arsenal

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But Arsenal are intent on recovering. In particular, we learned that the Gunners were now on Raphinha (FC Barcelona) and Declan Rice (West Ham). But that’s not all. According to Calciomercato, the Premier League leaders are preparing an offer of 80 million for Dusan Vlahovic, the Juventus striker. Enough to bolster an offensive sector handicapped by Gabriel Jesus’ injury. It would not be a “replacement” of Mudryk, but an additional quality boost.

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To try to forget the Ukrainian then. But the idea of ​​signing up a winger is still on the minds of Londoners, and Daily mail reveals the name of Moussa Diaby, Bayer Leverkusen’s international tricolor, who has largely proven himself in the Bundesliga. Finally, Facundo Torres, a 22-year-old Uruguayan hopeful who plays in Orlando in the MLS, admitted contact between his club and the Gunners. Case(s) to follow…

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