Their latest transfer bid could prove pivotal in their attempts to land the highly-rated youngster, who has scored 10 times in 18 games this season including three goals in the Champions League. He has also shown a creative spark, laying on seven assists for his team-mates in all competitions.
Mudryk has made no secret of his desire to join Arsenal after dropping several hints in recent weeks. On Saturday, he posted an image via his official Instagram account praising both Mikel Arteta and Roberto de Zerbi as “top coaches”, fuelling speculation he is ready to move to the Emirates Stadium.
And recently, he admitted that he “dreams” of playing in the Premier League after being quizzed on Arsenal’s interest.
“I think every guy dreams about the Premier League. Arsenal is a very good team with a very good coach,” he told CBS Sports. “I like the way they play. Yes, it would be hard to say no from my side, I can’t say no but the transfer is not only my decision and my word.”