Graham Potter talks about Mykhailo Mudryk doubts in the club
After Mykhailo Mudryk had trouble getting playing time at Chelsea, Graham Potter gave his view.
Graham Potter, the head coach of Chelsea, said that he had private talks with Mykhaylo Mudryk after he got off to a rough start at Stamford Bridge. Potter then made it sound like Mudryk wants to start against Leicester City. The striker who was bought for £88 million from Shakhtar Donetsk was a big deal, but he has been sitting on the bench for the past few weeks and hasn’t scored since he moved, even though Potter has been honest about his problems.
The fact that the west London club paid the third-highest price in their history to beat Arsenal to the Ukrainian’s signing shows that they thought it was worth taking a risk on him. People think that the Ukrainian is one of the most likely wingers in Europe.
So far, he has had trouble getting used to the level of play in the event because he joined the Premier League after being away from Shakhtar for a long time.
The 22-year-old player has been in either of Chelsea’s last two games and in his most recent game against Tottenham, when the Blues were already down 2-0, he only got 10 minutes to show what he could do.
When asked if Mudryk could replace Mason Mount in the team to play Leicester, Potter said, “He certainly comes into the equation [for a game time].” “He definitely comes into play,”
“As a talent, we have a lot of faith in him. He is changing himself to fit the new circumstances. When he got there, it was pretty much the start of the team’s practice. In the Premier League, it’s hard to get off to a fast start.
After wins over Leeds and Borussia Dortmund, Chelsea has reason to think that their rough patch may be over. On Saturday, they will play Leicester at the King Power Stadium.
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Brentford is currently in ninth place, and they have lost their last four games in every way. This gives Potter another chance to win and gain confidence, and maybe even close the gap between them. Potter still has a chance, since they are only two points above the zone that means they will be demoted.
Even though Reece James, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Thiago Silva, and N’Golo Kante won’t be playing for the Foxes, Potter isn’t underestimating their strength in any way. Raheem Sterling’s participation is also not certain because his leg is hurt.
“There is always a chance of doing well. “We have to do great work,” he said. “The team’s results haven’t matched up with what Leicester has done. Results-wise, they haven’t had the best starts, which has been difficult for them.