Arsenal submit offer for Real Madrid transfer target

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Real Madrid have been linked with a number of players in recent times and it remains to be seen if they will make any additions to their squad in the January transfer window or not. The depth is not great at the moment but even if Los Blancos end up adding to that, it does not feel like any significant signings will be made before next summer.

One of the players who has been linked with Real Madrid in recent times is Mykhailo Mudryk, who came up against the European champions in the Champions League this season when they faced off against Shakhtar Donetsk. At this point of time, the youngster is believed to be the biggest talent in Ukrainian football.

Unfortunately for Real Madrid, there seems to be a lot of competition for Mudryk after his brilliant performances in the Champions League.

As reported by Calciomercato.it, Arsenal have made an offer to Shakhtar Donetsk for Mudryk and are now awaiting for a response. Juventus are also another club believed to be interested in the Ukrainian talent.

Arsenal have submitted offer for Real Madrid target

It remains to be seen if Shakhtar Donetsk end up accepting Arsenal’s offer for Mudryk or not. It could be a figure of around €60 million, not believed to be too far away from their valuation of the player.

According to stats from Transfermarkt, Mudryk has scored 8 goals and provided 7 assists in 15 appearances across all competitions, with 3 goals and 2 assists out of them coming in 6 appearances in the Champions League.

Thus, it is not hard to see why so many clubs, including Real Madrid, are believed to be interested in the youngster. At this point though, it feels like Arsenal are leading the race for his signature and could end up winning it in the near future.

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