The Argentine will be delighted with Mykhailo Mudryk’s display in Chelsea’s 2-0 victory at Fulham this week.
Chelsea’s season has been pretty ordinary so far and their last season signing Mykhailo Mudryk feels pressure to perform at Stamford Bridge.
However, the Ukraine international has seen improvement in his performances in the past weeks. He scored his first goal against Fulham in a crucial win in the Premier League.
Mykhailo Mudryk is under pressure to show he deserves his place in Mauricio Pochettino’s starting XI. Journalist Paul Brown talks to GIVEMESPORT with an internal verdict on improvements required at the club.
The Argentine will be delighted with the talent’s display in Chelsea’s 2-0 victory at Fulham this week.
Journalist Ben Jacobs recently spoke to GIVEMESPORT that the Ukraine international had developed strong relationships with Ben Chilwell and Nicolas Jackson to enable the wideman to begin to enjoy his football in the capital.
He told GIVEMESPORT: “I think when you buy younger talent. It needs time to grow. It needs patience from coaches and fans. I think a lot of these players will improve and get better. But as Pochettino says, Chelsea don’t have much time. They need to be winning matches now. So, I think Mudryk is just one of many at Chelsea who are under pressure to perform and must show they deserve a place in the team. He’s improved over the last few weeks.
He also added, “I think he’s starting to find his feet. I think he has given them a couple of good performances and shown that he’s got a few more strings to his bow than we thought. I think he’s looked very lively recently and found a new lease of life, and hopefully, he can kick on from here.”