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"He can't say no..." - Journalist excites Arsenal fans with update after speaking with transfer target

Brad Cox

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"He can't say no..." - Journalist excites Arsenal fans with update after speaking with transfer target

Arsenal transfer target Myhaylo Mudryk has reportedly told a journalist he 'wants' a move to the Gunners.

Mikel Arteta's side are top of the Premier League table by five points, ahead of reigning champions Manchester City, and are being linked to many forwards in a bid to boost their title chances.

Arsenal brought in Gabriel Jesus for £45million in the summer and he has changed their attack, however, an injury to himself or any of their front three at the World Cup would dampen their title bid.

Mudryk, 21, has put himself on the map this season with fine performances in the Champions League.

He scored three goals and contributed two assists in the group stages.

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What has been said about Mudryk's potential move?

CBS Sports journalist Ben Jacobs has been talking about Mudryk's situation: “From Mudryk’s point of view, he wants Arsenal, it’s as simple as that," he said speaking to GiveMeSport.

“He said that many times including directly to me in an interview that I did about two months ago, he said he can’t say no to Arsenal.

“He’s spoken directly with Zinchenko his countryman, he’s very impressed by Mikel Arteta and the style that the team play.”

To get Mudryk playing at the Emirates, it has been suggested that the Ukrainian would break Arsenal's transfer record fee.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Arsenal, Transfers, Mykhaylo Mudryk

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