Mykhailo Mudryk joined Chelsea in January 2023 with a £88.5m signing from Shakhtar Donetsk, the Blues overtook Arsenal to sign the Ukrainian, he was highly expected at Stamford Bridge.
However, after an encouraging debut against Liverpool, Mudryk failed to show his ability. The 22-year-old lost the confidence he needed, failing to win the trust of manager Graham Potter before being sacked and then Frank Lampard.
Mykhailo Mudryk is hungry to prove himself at Stamford Bridge and according to The Telegraph, the Chelsea rookie is ready in January to play for Ukraine Under-21s at the European Championship this summer in a bid to impress new manager Mauricio. Pochettino .
The 22-year-old is keen to have success under the new manager, so he will work hard to prove himself. Mudryk made 10 appearances for the Ukraine national team, he played quite well in the 3-3 draw against Germany.
Chelsea have backed Mudryk’s decision to play for the Ukraine Under-21 team, but it remains to be seen whether he will be selected. The Blues are expected to make big changes next season, and many of their stars are determined to become mainstays under the former Tottenham manager.