Shakhtar Donestk value Mykhaylo Mudryk more than Antony
Shakhtar Donetsk assistant sporting director, Carlo Nicolini, insists clubs should pay more than €100m if they want to sign Mykhaylo Mudryk.
The 21-year-old winger, Mykhaylo Mudryk, has been linked with Premier League clubs in recent months, and Everton made a €30m bid for him during the summer, which was rejected by Shakhtar Donetsk.
Shakhtar Donetsk assistant sporting director, Carlo Nicolini, said in an interview with the Italian press that the Italian clubs can not afford Mudryk and confirmed Arsenal and Manchester City are interested in him.
“The headlights are on him, but I say that the Italians always come later. The Italians bring low proposals, we don't even sit down to negotiate,”
Nicolini told Calciomercato.it to address Juventus' interest in the 21-year-old.
“There are many English candidates, the Spanish are on duty, the French are on duty, but now it takes the right amount to take him away.
“Arsenal and Manchester City? They are two teams that have taken an interest in the player. But there are also other clubs that can spend right away.”
Mudryk already has scored five goals this season and Nicolini said they value him more than Antony who joined Manchester United for €100m.
“Is €40m enough to buy him? We do not speak to these figures. Not even for €50m, we don’t even call the president to communicate the offer,”
“We value Mudryk more than Antony of Manchester United, who cost €100m.
“We are not obliged to sell, we do not want to make phenomena. We don’t want to shoot figures that aren’t realistic. But in this team, he is the most decisive. If you want to take on certain players who make a difference in the top clubs, you also need the right money.”
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