'Stop toying with us' – Arsenal fans fume as Shakhtar Donetsk troll them over Mudryk transfer with teasing tweets | The Sun

ARSENAL fans have been left fuming with Shakhtar Donetsk after the club teased news about transfer target Mykhailo Mudryk.

The Gunners have had two bids rejected already for the 22-year-old by the Ukrainian outfit.

However a third offer worth around £62million plus add-ons was being lodged, despite the selling club wanting a larger fee up front for their star.

There is a confidence that a deal will be completed and Arsenal fans are excited about the prospect of seeing the flying winger in their team.

However, some were less than impressed at Shakhtar Donetsk's social media account.

As a way of building up to the announcement that Mudryk had won the club's player of the year award, they hinted at news concerning the player, as the club tweeted: "Mudryk?"

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However, Gunners' fans thought that the announcement was to do with his transfer, and let their feelings known when they turned out to be wrong.

One tweeted: "Stop toying with us…"

A second commented: "Really don't know why they doing this to us anyway…"

A third added: "Why are you doing this?"

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A fourth said: "We will mass report this account you better act accordingly."

And another added: "Admin working HARD to gas up us Gooners. I wanna hate it, but I can't! The hustle is too good."

According to the Times, Arsenal believe that he will be part of the squad ahead of their game against Manchester United next weekend.

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