Chelsea announced Mykhailo Mudryk as a new player, who arrives from Shakhtar Donetsk of Ukraine for $100 million dollars. The Ukrainian player had been heavily sought after by Arsenal, but their London rival ended up taking the 22-year-old.
For several weeks, the Ukrainian had shared images on his social networks that he saw pArsenal games and expressed that he thought it was a good team. Even the journalist Fabrizio Romano reported that Mudryk He had already negotiated with Arsenal and the only thing missing was the deal with the team.
But in just two days, Chelsea arrived and managed to take the Ukrainian star who shone this year in the UEFA Champions League and even stood out in both games against Real Madrid.
Mudryk, 22, has spent five seasons at Shakhtar although on two occasions he was transferred to other entities in the country. In 2018-19 at Arsenal kyiv and last year at Desna Chernihiv. This course has enjoyed the definitive explosion of him, established as a starter in the Donestk team with seven goals in the twelve games he has played.
“I am very happy to sign for Chelsea. This is a huge club, the Premier League is a fantastic league and it’s a very attractive project for me. at this stage of my career. I am excited to meet my teammates and I am looking forward to working with Graham Potter”, expressed the Ukrainian.
Arsenal made as many as 3 offers for the Ukrainian player, but Chelsea made the biggest offer. The player is already in London and was at the Stamford Bridge stadium in the Chelsea vs Crystal Palace match. The new player of the English club will wear the number 15.
Despite the big signings, Chelsea is ranked 10th in the Premier League table very far from the European positions that has called into question the continuity of Graham Potter as coach.
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