Bayern Munich considered shock loan move for Chelsea winger

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Mudryk was on Bayern’s radar in January

Bayern Munich considered a shock loan move for Chelsea winger Mykhailo Mudryk during the winter transfer window.

The German champions suffered a huge setback last month where they lost the services of Kingsley Coman with a serious knee injury.

This led to suggestions that the club could invest on a stop-gap signing, but they ended up recruiting Granada’s Bryan Zaragoza in advance.

Zaragoza was initially expected to join the Bundesliga holders in the summer, but the move was fast-tracked after Coman’s injury blow.

Fabrizio Romano has now revealed that Mudryk was also discussed as a solution on loan, but a deal did not materialise in the end.

Chelsea were always reluctant to lose Mudryk on a temporary basis. They are likely to assess his future at the end of the season.

Mudryk has been a big flop since his €70m switch from Shakhtar Donetsk last year and the Blues could cut their losses on him soon.

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