“I feel terrible for Mudryk. Leandro Trossard in Arsenal is a better addition than him.” Ian Wright
Ian Wright has said that he feels bad for Chelsea star Mykhailo Mudryk because he has such a high price tag.
Mudryk joined the Blues during the transfer window in January. When the extras are added in, the total price could hit £89 million. The 22-year-old striker is very exciting and has “breathtaking” speed, but it’s important to remember that he only played 44 times for Shakhtar Donetsk before he joined Chelsea.
During his first two months in the Premier League, he has worked hard to learn about the league. He did a great job as our starting player on Saturday when we beat Leicester City away. Ian Wright, a commentator, has said that the stress on Mudryk because of his move fee is “unfair.”
He thinks that since January, Leandro Trossard has been a much better addition to the Arsenal team.
Wright said on a recent episode of Wrighty’s House Podcast that Arsenal not buying Mudryk was the best thing that could have happened.
Mudryk, no matter what anyone says, wouldn’t have done what has been done so far based on what we’ve seen so far.
“I feel terrible for Mudryk, for his own good.” I don’t know of any other football player in history who had to move that much money with so much politics going on around him. I don’t think anyone else in the history of sports has ever had to move that much money, so I feel sorry for him. It’s not fair.
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Mudryk, who is still young and hasn’t done much yet, has many chances to prove his doubters wrong and shut them up.
His lightning-fast speed will continue to scare the other team, especially if they plan to defend with a high line.
He showed that he could fit into Graham Potter’s plan by playing both wide and in the middle against Leicester on Saturday.
We think the Ukraine international should try to shut out distractions from the outside world and only think about himself. There is no question that there are a lot of talented people on the team waiting for their chance to shine.