Mudryk, a product of Shakhtar Donetsk’s youth academy, took time to establish himself at the Ukrainian club.


After two successive loan spells away from his parent club, Mudryk has managed to prove his potential and is now an integral member of their first-team.



The 21-year-old has already made four goal contributions in the two Champions League group stage matches he has featured in and is attracting interest from elsewhere.


In England, Everton had a €30m bid rejected for the player in the summer with yet another side Arsenal also showing keen interest in securing his services.



Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are also keen on the Ukrainian international and clubs could move for Mudryk once again when the January transfer window swings open.


And Mudryk believes that January would be the right time to move on from Shakhtar Donetsk.



Liverpool added Luis Diaz in this year’s January transfer window and he injected new life into their bid for four trophies.


It remains to be seen if they will repeat the trick with Mudryk or whether he will move to another Premier League club.