Shakhtar star Mudryk warned that a transfer to Arsenal could be a bad career choice
Shakhtar Donetsk manager Igor Jovicevic thinks Mykhaylo Mudryk should hold off from moving clubs amid strong links to Arsenal.
After a couple of loan spells at Arsenal Kyiv andDesna Chernihiv, Shakhtar threw him into their team 2021-22 to great success with Mudryk contributing immediately.
But his form has got even better this term with three goals and two assists in the Champions League and seven goals in 12 Ukrainian Premier League appearances.
That has led to interest from a number of clubs with links to Arsenal the loudest as Mikel Arteta looks to bring in another winger in the January transfer window.
But Shakhtar boss Jovicevic admits he’s being a “bit selfish” and hopesMudryk can stick around to play “at least 100 matches” for the club before leaving.
“This management will decide what to do when there is an option to sell a football player, the star of the team,” Jovicevic told reporters when asked about Arsenal interest.
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