Chelsea reportedly had curiosity in Mykhailo Mudryk within the January switch window, with Bayern Munich calling to ask about signing the Ukrainian winger on mortgage.
The Bavarian giants wished to maneuver quick for a signing to come back in as cowl for the injured Kingsley Coman, and it appears they contacted Chelsea to ask about Mudryk as an possibility.
Nevertheless, in response to Fabrizio Romano in his podcast, it was a transparent no from the Blues, who determined to not let Mudryk go, even when the 23-year-old has not been at his finest in his time at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea signed Mudryk simply over a 12 months in the past and he’s been sluggish to get moving into English soccer, however it appears clear that the west Londoners nonetheless think about him.
Bayern may maybe have achieved properly to strive their luck with Mudryk, giving him the prospect to maybe play a bit extra usually and regain some confidence.
It is going to be attention-grabbing to see if Mudryk can now show Chelsea made the appropriate determination or not, however to this point there’s not a lot signal that Mauricio Pochettino will profit from protecting him round.