Arsenal News LIVE: Saliba keen on PSG move, Depay linked to January move – most recently

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According to Fabrizio Romano, Mykhaylo Mudryk is Arsenal’s “main priority” when the January transfer window opens.

“I think the main priority is Mudryk,” Romano told GimeMeSport.

“The player they want is Mudryk. It’s about the price because Shakhtar has been really strong in negotiations for more than a year.

“They want a lot of money for Mudryk and it’s not easy.”

Arsenal sweated prodigy Khayon Edwards’ injury.

The 19-year-old forward went down during a U21 game against Stoke and was carried off soon after.

Edwards was in the Europa League squad for both Bodo Glimt and PSV games.

It’s a huge blow for the teenager who has struggled with injuries this season.

Emile Smith Rowe has shown his luck to his team-mates while sitting on the sidelines through injury.

He said: “Things are going very well at the moment, I’m very happy for the team but sometimes it’s annoying when I don’t feel involved, I can’t be on the pitch with them.

“It’s amazing to see that they are doing so well and I can’t wait to come back.”
Arsenal are reportedly bringing teenage sensation Myles Lewis-Skelly to Dubai for the warm winter training camp.

The 16-year-old has already broken through to the U21 squad and famously made headlines in 2021 when he scored on his U18 debut as a 14-year-old.

Now he will join Mikel Arteta’s exhausted first-team squad at the break, according to Arsenal Youth Blog. Arsenal News LIVE: Saliba keen on PSG move, Depay linked to January move – most recently


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