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22nd Jan 2023

Mykhailo Mudryk shares Chelsea chant trolling Arsenal after Blues debut

Callum Boyle

Mudryk has seemingly already forgotten about Arsenal

Mykhailo Mudryk seems to have moved on quickly from his near move to Arsenal after he shared a Chelsea chant mocking the Gunners.

Mudryk came off the bench for the Blues to make his debut in the 0-0 draw against Liverpool on Saturday and caught the eye with his first appearance in Chelsea colours.

The Ukrainian, who arrived from Shakhtar Donetsk for a fee set to total £100m earlier in the week, was a thorn in the Liverpool backline and impressed in his second half cameo.

Chelsea fans have already taken a shine to him and have made a chant for him, which the 21-year-old shared to his Instagram account, poking fun at Arsenal for missing out on his signature.

The song says: “He flew in from Ukraine, on Boehly’s Private plane, Mudryk said to me, ‘Have Arsenal ever won the Champions League?’

“So I told him no, you know the place to go.”


He also added several blue love hearts and if early signs are to go by, the tricky winger is going to become a fan favourite at Stamford Bridge very quickly.

Graham Potter left fans feeling even more excited after he said that Mudryk can still improve. “He’s not played for a while, he’s been on a mid-season break,” Potter said.

It’s the second time Chelsea fans have made a chant dedicated to mocking their rivals as they also sang a song for João Félix, after he turned down a loan move to the Emirates Stadium in favour of going to the west London side.

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