Mykhailo Mudryk denied Chelsea loan exit in January

Mykhailo Mudryk was denied a loan exit from Chelsea in January after requesting a temporary move in search of regular first-team football.

Mudryk has struggled to adapt to the demands of the Premier League since signing for Chelsea from Shakhtar Donetsk in a deal that could reach £88.5m including add-ons 13 months ago.

The winger has scored just three times in 34 league appearances for the West Londoners and has failed to command a regular role in Mauricio Pochettino’s plans, starting only nine games in the Premier League this season.


Football Transfers are reporting that Mudryk made a plea to Chelsea to let him leave on loan last month, as he looked for regular minutes so that he can get up to speed at Stamford Bridge. However, the Ukrainian was informed that ‘would not be possible by the club’.

Mudryk is one of several high-profile signings to have underwhelmed at Chelsea over the last two seasons, with British record arrivals Enzo Fernandez and Moises Caicedo having each fallen below expectations.

The Ukraine international was signed after a number of impressive performances for Shakhtar Donetsk during last season’s Champions League group stage, though the 23-year-old has shown only flashes of the quality which persuaded Chelsea to spend big on his services last winter.


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