According to a former colleague, Chelsea winger Mykhailo Mudryk blames some of his current Blues teammates for his struggles. This opinion is supposedly held in spite of Blues head coach Mauricio Pochettino stating that the Ukrainian must improve his overall game. And, why on earth are Manchester United trying to sign this CFC flop?!
Just as Mudryk starts to show glimpses of his quality, makes improvements and Chelsea fans consequently dare to envision the wingman becoming a consistent performer:
"‘Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Heorhiy Sudakov has indicated that Mudryk “is saying” he is struggling because his Chelsea teammates are not providing him with good enough service.“[Mudryk] has got huge potential,” Sudakov said during a recent interview with The Telegraph.“Perhaps one of the reasons why you don’t see him at the top level in England yet is because, he is saying, there is not such a player like [me] who constantly delivers top passes and assists for him.”’– Lewis Oldham"
Manchester United have apparently expressed interest in ex-Chelsea forward Timo Werner, which is as believable as it is unbelievable, if you know the modern Red Devils
United have made some wildly underwhelming signings over the years, even during the absolutely successfully Alex Ferguson days. Buts let’s not dwell on that former period of glory under the famed United gaffer’s brutal but accomplished rule with an iron fist.
Instead, let’s briefly take a look at some of the bad transfers conducted by Man United in the previous few decades. This way, we might understand why the northern English side want Timo Werner. ‘Fergie’ signed Massimo Taibi, Bebe, Nick Powell, Kleberson, Phil Jones and Eric Djemba-Djemba. There. More recently there have been poor Man Utd signings during the Glazers’ time at Old Trafford as well: Morgan Schneiderlin, Radamel Falcao and Paul Pogba at £89 million. To name just a few.
Of course, the Blues are one of the other victorious Premier League outfits of the last 30 years, as well. And they too made some unsound acquisitions in that era; I imagine any triumphant club accidentally make many errors as they approach the pot of gold, or silverware.
To he fair, I don’t wish Werner any back luck. Far from it. I just think that ill-advised wildcards such as Odion Ighalo and even Wout Weghorst encapsulate the random situation at MUFC.