Transfer Talk Live: Shakhtar Asking for A 100m Euro Fee For Their Talent Mykhailo Mudryk Despite Interests From Man City, PSG And Arsenal

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Despite having World Cup at the door, Europe’s top teams are not stopping from eyeing their targets in the upcoming summer transfer window in January. Therefore, there are plenty of transfer talk rounding about which player will be joining which team. Here we have brought the live transfer talk for our readers from Europe’s top leagues.

Starting our episode of transfer talk with football’s renowned and most celebrated star, Luis Suarez has recently turned down an offer to join Gremio, the brazillian club in this transfer window. As per our sources the uruguyan is now planning to play in the MLS.

In other new AC Milan has recently prepared an offer for an Algerian AMF Ismael Bennacer for a five year deal. The young player has already made twenty-one appearances for the Rossoneri this season and has been a key player for the side of Stefano Piolli.

In Today’s Transfer Talk Mudryk Might Switch To England:

Now turning our heads to the top transfer talk of the winter transfer market, Mykhailo Mudryk currently has some huge offers from clubs like Arsenal, Manchester City and PSG. However, the Ukrainian club is asking for a huge fee for their star player this season.

The twenty-one-year-old Ukraine international was courted by Brentford, Leverkusen and Everton, throughout the summertime. We covered that on our transfer talk, but he is now being linked with bigger clubs.

Mudryk has excelled in the Champions League and has 5 goals and 6 assists in ten Ukrainian Premier games so far this season. Despite his team finishing 3rd in Group F, the speedster has been one of tourney’s standout performers with 3 goals and 2 assists.


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