Chelsea New Signing Mudryk Shows Off Playful Side in Old Video

Chelsea New Signing Mudryk Shows Off Playful Side in Old Video

  • Mykhailo Mudryk is settling into life at Chelsea after his £89m move from Shakhtar Donetsk
  • He made his debut in the second half of the draw against Liverpool and show promising signs
  • An old video of the Ukrainian has now emerged where he showed off his fun side

Chelsea robbed London rivals Arsenal of the signing of Ukrainian attacker Mykhailo Mudryk from Shakhtar Donetsk for a whopping £89m.

He is settling into life in London having already made his debut in the 0-0 draw against Liverpool at the weekend, and showed glimpses of why Chelsea broke the bank and bullied their rival for his signature.

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Mudryk during his Chelsea debut against Liverpool. Photo by Laurence Griffiths.
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Fans have made different theories about him not wanting to come to Chelsea with the tough look he has put on in most of his pictures in the Blues colour, as noted by Tribuna.

Mudryk all smiles in training

The 22 year old has been working hard in training and in the gym to get himself up to speed having not played a competitive match since November when football leagues went on break.

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Club social media admin played to the tune of fans by uploading a picture of their new signing all smiles in training today.

The picture also paid tribute to his speed, after recording the fastest speed in the Premier League this season at 36.63km/h in just 35 minutes on the pitch.

Mudryk shows off playful side

According to an old video making rounds on Twitter, the Ukrainian international was seen in a basketball jersey and a Nike headband dancing with a friend, and the video transitioned into him wearing a black top and spectacle.

Mudryk re-shares Chelsea fans chant

Sports Brief earlier reported that the former Shakhtar Donetsk forward re-shared a video of Chelsea fans chant mocking Arsenal fans over his transfer on his Instagram story.

The away fans at Anfield were chanting a specially composed song for him, which mocked Arsenal with the claim that they missed out on the forward because they have not won the UEFA Champions League before.

He will have a chance to go against the Gunners on April 29 when Chelsea travel to the Emirates Stadium to play the league leaders. Arsenal won the first leg at Stamford Bridge 1-0.