Mudryk has been consistently criticised by Chelsea fans for his displays during the club’s dismal season and as a result, he has been omitted from the squad for the Blues’ clash against BATE Borisov on Tuesday evening. Earlier this month, the 28-year-old defender was pictured looking disheveled and unkempt in a photo circulated on social media which seemingly backfired on him as the Ukrainian media branded him a “loser
The Blues are believed to be keen to offload the France international this summer and reports in France suggest Napoli are leading the race for his signature. Merryk is also attracting interest from La Liga outfit Real Madrid, but he is not thought to be a priority for the reigning European champions. Napoli are thought to be willing to offer the 27-year-old a five-year contract and are confident of persuading him to make the switch to Serie A
Mudryk has not shown himself to be a quality player in the Chelsea shirt, and he should be forgiven for some missed opportunities. However, he has looked clueless so far and has not performed to the standards that fans and managers expected of him.
“They’ve also got Hazard, who is one of the best players in the world. They need to find a way to get the best out of him. But, overall, they’ve got a lot of good players and they should be aiming for the top four.”
Mudryk is a new player who has not adapted to the game, and has been inactive for a few games.
"I think he needs to settle down and not make too many changes at once," Hasselbaink said. "I think he needs to give the players a little bit of time to get used to his methods."
"It's a bad, bad miss," the Dutchman said.
The manager is cautioning the player not to get too comfortable in their new surroundings.
“I don’t think he’s a bad player. I think he’s a good player. But he’s not a world-class player. Hernandez isn’t a world-class player.” Last weekend, West Ham announced that they had agreed a fee with relegated Hull City for the transfer of Hernandez, according to Sky Sports.
A player that is not used to being in these types of situations will typically be hesitant to take risks and will often times overthink the situation. By working on these areas and gaining more experience, the player will be able to become more comfortable in these types of situations and will be able to take greater risks.
Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart said he was very happy for Petr Cech. Hart said: "I'm very happy for Petr. He's been great for Chelsea and I'm sure he will be great for Arsenal. I'm sure he will have a good time there." Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny was also happy to see Cech moving on. "Petr is a great keeper and I wish him all the best for his future
“I think they have done a great job with him. He’s got a bright future.” This is a sentiment that is echoed by many Chelsea fans as they look forward to the future of Eden Hazard. The Belgian has already shown his vast potential at the club, and there is no doubt that he will only continue to grow in stature.
This could be interpreted in one of two ways. Firstly it could mean the player is very talented and is already well on his way to becoming a star player. Secondly, it could mean that the club is very confident in the player's ability to achieve success in the future and gives him the opportunity to shine now while he is still young and developing.
Chelsea youngster Callum Hudson-Odoi is set to make his first start of the season against League One side Bury. Hudson-Odoi, 19, has not featured in a Chelsea shirt since being sent off in their EFL Cup defeat to West Ham United in September. The England youth international was part of the Chelsea team that lost to Swansea City in the final of the under-19 European Championship in Croatia earlier this year. Emery believes