Ukrainian striker Mikhailo Mudrik, who came to Chelsea for a transfer fee of 140 billion won, took special measures to adapt quickly.

Mudrik, who left Ukraine’s prestigious Shakhtar Donetsk to join Chelsea through the transfer window last winter, has yet to score a goal in nine league games.

The only offensive point Mudrik recorded in 9 games was an assist. 온라인카지노Compared to the transfer fee of 100 million euros (approximately 140 billion won), it is far less active.

His performance isn’t completely unmatched. His moves and positioning to penetrate into the space behind his opponents are not bad. His speed and dribble penetration are also top-notch.

However, his ability to score goals is holding back. Even if you create a chance, you can’t finish it, so the scoreless flow continues. In the match against Aston Villa on the 2nd, he missed all 2 decisive scoring opportunities and clearly showed a lot of confidence in his goal decision.

His breathing with his colleagues doesn’t feel right yet. His linkage play isn’t going well. There were frequent scenes where the pass timing was out of sync.

It is a situation where he is playing as a replacement member, not a selection for the last two matches, such as matches against Liverpool and Wolverhampton after the match against Aston Villa.

Mudriq was also not satisfied with his performance. He plans to take his parents to London, England to help him adapt more quickly.

The Sun reported on the 9th (Korean time), “Mudrik has made a drastic change in his lifestyle to succeed at Chelsea.” told

“Mudrik is feeling lonely in London. He wants to bring his family back to London as soon as possible. He will be staying with his parents while he adjusts to Chelsea.”

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