Chelsea are considering a move for Mihailo Mudrik, but there is “increasing optimism” that Arsenal will agree to sign winger Shakhtar Donetsk.
Meetings between Chelsea and Shakhtar Donetsk are scheduled for this week.
Chelsea owner Todd Bawley is currently in London and Shakhtar officials will be covering tonight’s match between Chelsea and Manchester City live on Sky Sports.
Thursday, January 5, 6:30 p.m.
Earlier this week, sky sports news reported that Arsenal would agree to Madric’s deal. Arsenal and Shakhtar continue to discuss fee sizes and payout structures.
a source told sky sports news Arsenal are willing to pay a fee close to Shakhtar’s £85m valuation.
Sources close to the deal say there is a sense that the club will “find a solution” and that the 21-year-old wants to move, with personal terms not expected to be an issue.
sky sports news Also last week, Shakhtar reported that Mudrik, who has played just eight times for his country, is considered one of the top five wingers in the world.
Shakhtar made a £86million move to Manchester United from Ajax in the summer and outperformed Manchester United’s Anthony, who is using it as a bargaining benchmark. I believe that
Brentford also signed Madrick last summer, but his ratings skyrocketed.
Why people want Mudryk
At the start of last season he was an unknown outside of Ukraine with a transfer fee of less than £1m. Now he is one of Europe’s most coveted young players. Following an explosive rise, Mudryk looks destined for big things.
The 21-year-old, who displayed thrilling speed and one-on-one prowess in the Champions League group stage earlier this season, has been described as ‘the best player in Europe’ by Shakhtar Donetsk’s football director Dariho Surna. . His position behind Kylian Mbappe and Vinicius Junior ”.
There may be hints of hyperbole in that statement, but Srna isn’t the only one who appreciates Mudryk. His list of suitors is long, with Premier League leaders Arsenal at the top of it.
Chelsea want Fernandes in January. £105m release clause deadlocked
Chelsea are in talks with Benfica to sign World Cup winner Enzo Fernandez in January.
A €120m (roughly £150m) release clause makes the Argentine midfielder the most expensive deal in the Premier League.
But sky sports news Chelsea are not ready to pay his release clause in full and instead want to pay it in installments. We are prepared to pay a release clause of over £5m.
Benfica want Fernandez, who has just joined the club since the summer, to stay and sign a new contract.
Despite reports elsewhere that the Blues were closing in on Monday night, no progress has been made on the deal in the last 24 hours.
Sky Sports News claims that some of these reports claim full payment of terms with no installments, which is reportedly incorrect.
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