Misfiring Chelsea ace Mykhailo Mudryk set to make big lifestyle change to help him succeed in West London

CHELSEA’S misfiring new-boy Mykhailo Mudryk hopes some home comforts will help him find his form.

The Ukrainian forward has struggled since his move from Shakhtar Donetsk but he is also feeling alone in London.


It was another frustrating afternoon for Mudryk after coming off the bench at Molineux in Chelsea’s last gameCredit: AP

Now the young attacker is trying to bring his family to the capital to keep him company as soon as a possible.

Mudryk, 22, could be reunited with his parents shortly as he tries to adjust to his new surroundings. 

It’s been quite the start to the year for the star who found himself at the centre of a transfer tug of war between Arsenal and Chelsea in January.

The Gunners had been linked to Mudryk for months and he had appeared keen to make his way to North London.

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But the Blues made a late swoop in the window and managed to secure the highly-rated ace.

But things have not gone to plan for either party so far.

Apart from a sharp debut off the bench at Anfield, Mudryk has struggled to make an impact for Chelsea and has found minutes hard to come by despite his huge price tag.

He only has one assist to show for his nine Premier League appearances so far and is increasingly struggling to work his way into the Blues’ starting line-up.


Mudryk has not been helped by Chelsea’s appalling form which has seen the club slump into the bottom half of the table.

Graham Potter paid the price for the Blues’ poor season with caretaker manager Frank Lampard now charged with getting the best out of the club’s many expensive, under-performing stars.


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