Mykhaylo Mudryk Set To Appear At Stamford Bridge For Chelsea Home Crash Against Crystal Palace.
The Ukrainian born speed machine is currently completing his Medical tests ahead of a jaw dropping £88.5 million move to Graham Potter's side from Shakhtar Donetsk.
Mudryk is the fifth player to arrive at Stamford Bridge this January following Benoit Badiashile, Andrey Santos, David Datro Fofana and Joao Felix.
This move is the most shocking as he was seemingly pinched under the Premier League rivals Arsenal who were ready to buy him and this is a huge slap on Mike Arteta and the furious arsenal supporters who thought Mudryk could be theirs.
Mudryk could be paraded at Stamford Bridge for the blues huge clash with Patrick Vieiras team Crystal Palace.
According to Fabrizio Romano, Chelsea will reportedly circumnavigate Financial Fair Play (FFP) restrictions by paying £62 million up front with ads-on worth up to £26.5 million.
Mudryk will also sign a seven and a half years contract that will also assist Chelsea from a FFP and amortization perspective.
This transfer is exciting for Chelsea and certainly can be construed as desparate measures as Potter is missing his first eleven players including Ngolo Kante, defender Wesley Fofana, Wing Back Recce James, and Ben Chilwell, summer signing Raheem Sterling and loanee Joao Felix who impressed on his debut before he was given a straight red Card.
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