Manager Mauricio Pochettino has complete faith in Michailo Mudrik.
Chelsea has invested a huge amount of money over three transfer windows since last summer. Last summer, they immediately recruited powerful players such as Raheem Sterling, Mark Cucurella, and Kalidou Koulibaly to strengthen their strength, and in the winter, they mainly recruited players with more promising futures, such as Benoit Badiasil and Enzo Fernandez.
Chelsea invested more than 800 billion won during two transfer windows. The highlight was this summer. Chelsea, who began ‘cleaning up the storm’ as soon as the transfer market opened, focused on recruiting after selling players to some extent. Christopher Nkunku, who concluded an agreement last winter, officially joined, and they mainly invested in young players such as Moises Caicedo, Romeo Rabia, Axel Disasi, and Nicola Jackson.
To be honest, there is still little ‘recruitment effect’. Chelsea ranks 14th in the league with 1 win, 2 draws, and 3 losses (5 points) in 6 league games. This is a worse performance than last season.
The performance of the new recruits cannot be considered satisfactory. Jackson, who was responsible for Chelsea’s attack, scored only one goal in September, and Caicedo was criticized for his unstable performance. Disasi, Leslie Ugochukwu, Kani Chukwuemeka and Badiasil are receiving ambiguous evaluations, and it is also difficult to say that Enzo is performing well worthy of the transfer fee. Koulibaly even went to Saudi Arabia this summer.
Mudrik cannot be said to have been a successful recruitment either. He stood out at Shakhtar Donetsk and came to Chelsea last January for a transfer fee of 100 million euros (approximately 143.2 billion won) including options. He attracted attention with his smooth movements and dribbling, and raised expectations with his flashing performance against Liverpool.바카라사이트
But that was all. Mudrik has played 23 games for Chelsea to date but has not scored a single goal. He has not even been able to solidify his position as a starting player this season, mainly appearing as a substitute. Accordingly, many officials, including Chelsea fans, are feeling frustrated with Mudrik’s performance.
Nevertheless, coach Pochettino did not lose faith. According to European football transfer market expert Fabricio Romano, “Mudric is trying to adapt to the team and try to make an impact in every situation. He is a player with a unique style. He is able to make up his own mind and be a part of the team. He expressed his deep trust in his student, saying, “I’m making a huge effort to better understand what it means to play in .”