Mykhailo Mudryk transfer is the new talking point in world football

Antonio Nusa

Mykhailo Mudryk has divided the world at this point due to his transfer. Mudryk is considered a transfer flop by some while some think that he still needs time. Many players take their time in adapting to the Premier League. He could also be seen as one but his price tag doesn’t help him either.

The Mykhailo Mudryk transfer saga

The Gunners looked destined to sign the Ukrainian during the January transfer window. But during the later stages, Chelsea came in and hijacked the deal. This left the Gunners very unhappy. Shakthar wanted 100m pounds which Chelsea was willing to offer but the Gunners refused.

The Chelsea newcomer reportedly earns £97,000 a week, but it’s safe to say he hasn’t quite proven it yet.

The Drama

The former Arsenal Player Calum Chambers then shared a celebratory message on Instagram after the game, including a photo of him beating the Chelsea winger. The winger had an atrocious game vs Villa. He is being penalized by the fans for his performance. This performance eventually led to the sacking of their manager Graham Potter.

Maybe he would have done better in England if he had moved to Arsenal. After all, Leandro Trossard who joined this winter contributed 7 league assists and 1 goal to Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal.

Former Player’s on Mudryk

While it seems like everyone is pilling and complaining in on him amid his troubles, at least former Chelsea star Jimmy Hasselbaink has come to his defense. He said,

He needs time. It’s a bad miss, don’t get me wrong. It’s a bad, bad miss.”

But because the boy has come in for £88m or whatever it is, it does not mean the boy is the finished article. It does not mean he isn’t going to miss chances. It’s a bad miss but you need to give him the room to fail, get up, and start again.”

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