Mykhailo Mudryk receives a warm welcome from his Chelsea teammate

Mykhailo Mudryk

Mykhailo Mudryk have received a welcome from his Chelsea teammate Reece James. Reece James has taken up Instagram to welcome his new teammate Mykhailo Mudryk. The duo trained together for the first time as the Ukraine international joined them for the first time. The winger was seen training with the Blues in the pictures released by them. Furthermore, Chelsea was seen preparing for their big game at the weekend. Chelsea are to face Liverpool this weekend. Both teams share equal points in the League table as of now. Therefore the match at the weekend will decide which team will sit above the other. Although there was a notable absence in the team pictures. Kai Havertz was not seen in the squad pictures. The German scored the only goal in Chelsea’s victory against Crystal Palace.

Mykhailo Mudryk shares a post on Instagram after joining Chelsea

Mykhailo Mudryk will be looking for an opportunity to impress the fans at Stamford Bridge. However, it looks like the player have already impressed his teammates ahead of the game. It looked like the player will head to Arsenal this transfer window. However, Chelsea hijacked the deal from Arsenal and signed Mykhailo Mudryk. Though Arsenal are still looking fine in their run for the Premier League title even without the player. He was introduced to the Chelsea fan at halftime of the match against Crystal Palace. The player took Instagram and showed his excitement playing for the Blues. Reece James was quick to comment, “Welcome brother”.

Furthermore the England international is also enjoying his first training session since his injury. The match after Christmas was the first match for the player. But he only lasted for about 45 minutes in the game as he got injured in the match. Therefore that injury ruled him out for the next few weeks. His importance to the Blues’ side is very obvious. It will be interesting to see both Mykhailo Mudryk and Reece James play for Chelsea at the same time.

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