Mudyrk hasn’t scored a goal for his new club, playing 19 times and providing two assists.
Journalist Paul Brown has provided a worrying update on Chelsea winger Mykhailo Mudryk, while speaking to GIVEMESPORT that the Ukrainian has struggled during his time at Stamford Bridge.
The West London club invested a lot of money into the former Shakhtar Donetsk forward. He was signed by the Blues for a fee of £88.5m back in January. His new contract will expire in an eight-and-a-half-year contract.
Mudyrk hasn’t scored a goal for his new club, playing 19 times and providing two assists. The 22-year-old came on against West Ham United at the weekend, but failed to make an impact.
Chelsea boss Mauricio Pochettino spoke to the media about Mudryk after his latest performance for the west London club.
He said: “Well I think he needs to be more in the spirit to score. But normally, today he played 45 minutes, he needs to have continuity. But first of all he needs to build his continuity and trust during the trainings during the week.”
Speaking to GIVEMESPORT, Brown said: “I’m not surprised Mudryk hasn’t been given a start. He doesn’t deserve one. He’s shown them absolutely nothing really since he came in. He’s had a really hard time of it and seems to have struggled to adapt to the Premier League.
“He came on at the weekend and was pretty awful. They went backwards as soon as he came on the pitch. He looks like he’s really badly struggling for confidence and I just don’t think Pochettino can afford to start with him right now.