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Shakhtar chief Srna again warns Arsenal over Mudryk plans

 Shakhtar Donetsk chief Darijo Srna has again warned Arsenal over their plans to sign Mykhaylo Mudryk

The Gunners have made signing a wide forward a priority when the transfer window opens and they have a long-standing interest in Ukraine international Mudryk.

Arsenal tracked the 21-year-old in the summer but did not make a formal offer.

That could change in January though, with Arsenal's owners ready to back manager Mikel Arteta in the transfer market to strengthen their title push.

The Ukrainian club rejected an offer of around £25million from Brentford in the summer and will demand much more than that now.

“For me after [Kylian] Mbappe, after Vinicius [Junior], he (Mudryk) is the best player in Europe in this position," Srna told CBS Sports.

“And if someone wants to buy Mudryk, they must spend a lot of money. First of all, they must respect our club and they must respect our president.

“And, if somebody wants to buy Mudryk, they must spend a lot, a lot, a lot of money."

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