Revealed: Why Arsenal is the only club with higher chances of signing Mudryk and Kvaratskhelia

Mudryk and Kvaratskhelia
Mudryk and Kvaratskhelia

As Arsenal waits for Nicolas Pepe’s replacement, the Gunners’ long-term interest in either deal with Edu could be important.

Even though the summer transfer window is over, Arsenal’s hiring team is already hard at work making plans for January and even next summer. Even though Mikel Arteta has spent a total of £270 million on 11 new players over the past year, there are still some worrying holes in his team.

Since Nicolas Pepe left on loan, there is a hole in the wing department. Arsenal had planned to replace the Ivorian with a new player in the last few days of the transfer window. However, injuries to Thomas Partey and Mohamed Elneny late in the window changed those plans.

Instead, it was decided to go after a midfielder, specifically Douglas Luiz from Aston Villa. However, the club was unable to sign the Brazilian from Aston Villa. So, Arteta won’t be able to get a new midfielder or winger until at least the winter.

Everyone agrees that both parts of the team will need to be strengthened at some point, but Arteta has already said that a new forward is still the most important addition. “We also know where we don’t have enough firepower and where we need to add more. And we will do it if we can, “he said.

Mykhaylo Mudryk, who plays for Shakhtar Donetsk, could be a good choice for Arteta and technical director Edu. The Athletic says that Arsenal’s recruitment team talked about the Ukrainian international after hearing great things about his talent and personality. People think that a formal offer was even thought about before the midfield injuries happened.

Brentford is also thought to be keeping an eye on the 21-year-old, who played against RB Leipzig in the Champions League on Tuesday and scored one goal and set up two others. Italian transfer expert Fabrizio Romano said that Shakhtar Donetsk turned down bids for the player worth around £25 million last week and are now asking for more than £43 million for him.

Also, one of Arsenal’s long-term goals may have slipped away for now, but they will definitely keep an eye on him. The Gunners have been keeping an eye on Khvicha Kvaratskhelia of Napoli for the past three years. “Rubin knows this because they came from London to play Dynamo. Arsenal kept an eye on him. They are following him very closely, “2019 was what his agent said.

In April, it was said that Arsenal had joined Napoli in trying to sign Kvaratskhelia. However, the Serie A team was always seen as the favorite to sign him. Since moving to Naples this summer for just £8.6 million, the 21-year-old Georgian international has hit the ground running. He has scored four goals and set up two others, including one against Liverpool on Wednesday.

Arsenal may or may not be interested in Mudryk or Kvaratskhelia again, but the fact that they have already made connections with both camps could give them a big advantage in the future. No matter what decision is made or who is targeted on the wing, it will probably cost a lot to bring in a top-quality forward. Pedro Neto of Wolves was also said to be in the running, but his £50 million price tag could be a turnoff.

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