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After private talks; Chelsea boss Graham Potter opens up on Mykhaylo Mudryk doubts

After private talks; Chelsea boss Graham Potter opens up on Mykhaylo Mudryk doubts.

It is believed that the Chelsea new signings are having troubles with each other and this has led to wide spread speculations and many other problems.

Chelsea Coach Graham Potter is looking to address this issue and give an explanation to why it happened in the first place even and also to throw more light on the issues the two new signings are having.

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Speaking about the issue Potter said;

“He certainly comes into the equation [for game time],” Potter said, when asked if Mudryk could replace Mason Mount in the squad against Leicester.

“He’s a player we believe in a lot. He’s adapting to a new situation. When he arrived he was basically at the start of a pre-season. To hit the Premier League running is not easy to do.”

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Chelsea go into Saturday’s clash at the King Power Stadium with some indications that their dismal form is behind them after beating Leeds and Borussia Dortmund.

Brendan Rodgers’ side, however, have lost their last four games in all competitions and only sit two points above the relegation zone, giving Potter another chance to build momentum with a win and potentially close the gap on ninth-placed Brentford.

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He will be without Reece James, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Thiago Silva and N’Golo Kante, while there are doubts over Raheem Sterling’s participation due to a tight hamstring, and Potter is not underestimating the Foxes by any means.

“It’s always an opportunity to win. We have to play well,” he added. “Leicester’s results have been worse than performances. They’ve been a bit unfortunate, suffering from not the best of starts in terms of results.” 

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