Brentford and West Ham reportedly keeping tabs on international attacker

Latest news involves London pair Brentford and West Ham

Representatives from Brentford and West Ham reportedly watched Shakhtar Donetsk winger Mykhaylo Mudryk in action for Ukraine against Scotland last night.

The attacker appears to be a man in-demand in the Premier League.

Mudryk, 21, couldn’t prevent his country losing 3-0 at Hampden Park.

90min has reported that along with scouts from Brighton and Hove Albion, Everton, Leeds United, Newcastle United and Wolves were also there to cast their eyes on him.

Future Brentford and West Ham target?

Brentford and West Ham could potentially see him as a possible target for the future.

The Bees were linked with a swoop for him in the summer, as reported by The Guardian, but he ended up staying put beyond the deadline.

Mudryk is being tipped for a bright future in the game and has become a key player for both club and country over recent times.

He has been on the books at Shakhtar since 2016 after they snapped him up as a youngster after spells at Metalist Kharkiv and Dnipro.

The 5ft 9inc man has since gone on to make 31 appearances for the Ukrainian giants and has chipped in with four goals, as well as having a couple of loan spells away at Arsenal Kyiv and Desna Chernihiv to help boost his development.

Mudryk seems to be causing a stir in England at the moment based on the number of teams watching and it will be interestin gto see what happens with him in the upcoming January transfer window.