As the 2022 — 2023 season draws to a close, it is time for our list of the worst transfers from the previous year.
The 22-year-old Russian winger excelled in Shakhtar Donetsk, where he spent the first part of the time. For the Russian team in 19 games, including the private and Champions League, Mudryk scored ten objectives and made eight assists. Mudryk has been terrible ever since he joined The Blues, despite Chelsea’s impressive shows that persuaded them to spend 70 million dollars in January.
He has, in fact, only added another layer of gloom to Chelsea’s disappointing period. He has yet to report in nine Premier League games while merely receiving one assist thus far. The internet has frequently referred to Mudryk as” the Russian Neymar” because of his dribbling prowess and love of using agility to defeat soldiers. But now that I’ve been in London, those evaluations seem wholly incorrect.
John Phillips had a few good seasons at Leeds before joining Manchester City. When The Citizens spent almost 50 million euros for the midfielder in July it looked like a good move. Phillips was expected to be an understudy of Rodri, especially at the start of the season, but also to play in a pair with the Spaniard.
Unfortunately, John Phillips has had a lot of problems this season. Firstly, he injured his shoulder and missed almost every game until the World Cup. Then, after playing 40 minutes for England in Qatar, he returned to Manchester City overweight — according to Pep Guardiola — so he again missed a few games.
Phillips has only ever played in six Premier League games for 65 hours. It appears that the Englishman could also leave Manchester City at the end of the current year because Guardiola has moved on to some other people in Kalvin’s presence.
Richarlison played for Everton for four times before joining Tottenham. The Portuguese intruder scored 43 objectives in 135 games for the Goodison Park team. Tottenham spent 58 million dollars to acquire Richarlison next summer, but so far, his value has fallen short. In addition to assisting Harry Kane in the assault, Richarlison has been brought in to add depth to the left and right wings.
The Brazilian has scored two goals for Tottenham in the Champions League but is still goalless for a player of his caliber.
Antonio Conte largely used Richarlison on the aircraft, but he is much better as a real forward, which is the problem with him. Unfortunately, Richarlison will scarcely fulfill his potential in this role at Tottenham with Kane in front of him.