Everton, Arsenal and any other clubs keeping tabs on Mykhaylo Mudryk would be left on the edge of their seats after watching him in the Champions League this season.
The Ukraine international outdid his previous exploits as he bagged a scintillating goal for Shakhtar Donetsk against Celtic to secure a vital point on Tuesday night.
The 21-year-old is certainly due a move to a bigger club in the coming months and while he has flirted with a move t Arsenal, the Toffees cannot afford to just drop out of the race.
Bar the goal, that a number of players get right once in a while, what’s more noteworthy is the pace he carries the ball with on the left flank to create a sitter for his teammate.
That’s an “Unbelievable” piece of skill and he certainly will be taking the Premier League regardless of the club he joins.
Everton have Demarai Gray playing in Mudryk’s role and he lacks end product – something that the Ukrainian has in abundance.
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Per the Telegraph, it would cost a fee in the region of £25million to sign him and that’s an investment worth making given how young he is.
The Toffees made a significant offer in the summer which was turned down but his valuation could fluctuate by the time the transfer window opens and the least Kevin Thelwell can do is try again.
He clearly is far too good for his age and certainly, Shakhtar Donetsk and Goodison Park could be the perfect exit route for him.