Chelsea want Madrik, or at least they don’t want Arsenal to have him.It looks like it will be the biggest January window ever.
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Mihailo Mudrik is clearly desperate to leave Shakhtar Donetsk and is doing everything he can to keep Arsenal open for transfer.
He took to Instagram on Saturday to post a video showing Mikel Arteta and Roberto De Zerbi while streaming Arsenal beat Brighton 4-2 With caption “Two Top Coaches”.
Madrik clearly idolizes former Manchester City assistant manager Arteta and Brighton boss De Zerbi, where he worked under Shakhtar Donetsk.
Arsenal reportedly submitted an add-on offer of €40m + €20m to Madrik, which was quickly turned down after the Ukrainian side offered €100m.
Chelsea comes there. Guardian They also claim to be interested in Mudryk, and unfortunately for Arsenal they are in free-spending mode with seemingly no limits on how much cash they can spend on individuals.
The Blues are also considering spending €130m on Enzo Fernandes in January, with Benfica now reportedly agreeing to sell him. manager Roger Schmidt seems to have accepted Enzo’s departure.
The Portuguese giants hope to be able to reach an agreement in the ‘first week of January’ after ‘opening the door’ to sell the World Cup winner.
Moret has claimed that Chelsea are “one step away” from finalizing a signing after negotiations have “heated up” in recent hours and a deal is near.
Fernandes has already agreed to join the Stamford Bridge club, meaning Liverpool will miss one of their top targets.
Todd Bawley was able to sign the deal without much fuss due to his strong relationship with midfielder agent Jorge Mendes.
Manchester United were said to have been ‘most interested’ in signing Fernandes but ‘behind the scenes’ after a failed bid. Yes, it will.
Considering the €40m transfer of Mudryk and Fernandez, as well as Monaco centre-back Benot Badiashile, who has been buzzing in the background, January’s spending was €270m, slightly less than he spent over the summer. It’s getting less. way It surpasses the current January record after Newcastle spent just over €100m last January.
According to reports, Tottenham Hotspur have “taken the first step” towards re-signing Sporting Lisbon attacker Marcus Edwards.
Antonio Conte has been keen to attack reinforcements after Richarlison’s injury and Spurs bosses have been impressed with the Englishman’s performance against Spurs in the Champions League.
Edwards, who made one League Cup appearance for Tottenham before joining Vitoria Guimaraes in 2019, signed for Sporting in January 2022 and scored 12 goals and 12 goals in 39 appearances for his new club. .
It’s not clear how much Spurs will have to pay to bring Edwards back to north London, but he reportedly has a £52m release clause in his deal, which they rushed a bit. You may feel
ARTICLES Transfer gossip: Mudryk hijack to take Chelsea An article first appeared on Football365.com that puts the January transfer cost at €270 million.