Arsenal target Mykhailo Mudryk looks to have dropped yet another hint that he wants to join the Gunners this January.
Mikel Arteta has made the Shakhtar Donetsk winger his priority this transfer window, with the Spaniard seeking further attacking options as he looks to maintain top spot in the Premier League.
Barring interest from Chelsea, Arsenal are thought to be frontrunners for his signature, with the player thought to want a move to the league-leaders.
Following news of an Arsenal bid being submitted on Thursday, Mudryk has now taken to social media, giving the clearest indication yet hat he will join the North London side.
Mudryk drops another transfer hint
Mudryk originally posted a picture of his cat on his instagram story. However, fans were quick to spot the television in the background, which showed the 23-year-old wearing an Arsenal shirt.
But following this, the Ukranian international posted a separate story of a praying emoji, with fans speculating that the image must be in response to Arsenal's latest bid.
Journalist Fabrizio Romano reported that Arsenal have submitted a fresh £62million offer to Shakhtar, tweeting: "Arsenal new bid for Mykhaylo Mudryk has €70m guaranteed fee, as revealed yesterday — understand bonuses are close to €20/25m."
"Waiting for Shakthar, Arsenal are now discussing on add-ons structure and how/when to activate them," Romano added.
The Ukranian club are thought to want £88million for his services, using the fees payed by Premier League clubs for Jack Grealish and Antony as justification for such a steep price tag.
However, Arteta remains adamant that he will not overpay, with the Spaniard wary to not repeat the mistakes of club record signing Nicolas Pepe, after eyebrows were raises when Arsenal splashed £72m on the Ivorian in 2019.
Many Arsenal fans are now convinced that Mudryk will be joining the club, following a mountain of clues, expressing his desire to play at the Emirates.
Mudryk has seven goals in 12 appearances so far this season, and has sparkled in the Champions League, netting three times in the competition.