MYKHAILO MUDRYK gave Arsenal fans another reason to cheer on Boxing Day – as he revealed he was watching the Gunners in action.
Mikel Arteta's side came from 1-0 down to complete a comeback 3-1 win over West Ham at the Emirates.
During the game, news broke that the North Londoners had launched an initial £52.5million bid for Mudryk.
The Gunners offered £35m up front with a further £17.5m in add-ons.
However, Shakhtar Donetsk want at least £60m for their exciting winger.
And Mudryk got Arsenal fans excited by watching his potential new team-mates in action.
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The Ukrainian star took to Instagram yesterday evening to post a video of Eddie Nketiah's goal to make it 3-1.
Mudryk was watching the game on his iPad and unsurprisingly Arsenal fans were delighted by his determination to watch them in action.
One wrote: "Mudryk not even watching it on TV. He's watching on his iPad. The boy is committed."
Another said: "Obviously Mudryk was watching on his iPad because he's waiting to board his flight to London."
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And a final user commented: "Mykhailo Mudryk on Instagram watching Arsenal win against West Ham.
"Never seen a player this eager to join another club considering the transfer window isn't even open yet."
Boss Arteta – who singled out Nketiah for praise – was asked directly about Mudryk watching the game and what that could mean regarding a transfer.
The Spaniard replied: "The good thing in England is that we’re the only ones playing through Christmas, so hopefully a lot of people are watching our game and we’ve given them a good show."
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