Levi Colwill is expected to return to Chelsea at the end of this season. The England International has spent the 2022/23 Season with Brighton and Hove Albion on loan as part of the deal that saw Spanish Left-back Marc Cucurella arriving at Stamford Bridge during the last summer transfer window.
Levi Colwill started and played the full minutes during Brighton and Hove Albion's Premier League game against Arsenal on Sunday evening at Emirates Stadium. The England International was praised for his performance by his Boss Roberto De Zerbi at the end of the game.
Roberto De Zerbi said: "The best example of courage was Colwill. We defended man to man and Colwill went 90 minutes to defend with Odegaard, 80 metres from Jason Steele. This is the courage."
Roberto De Zerbi applauded Levi Colwill for doing his job by defending Martin Odegaard in the game on Sunday but the Chelsea Star did more than just marking Martin Odegaard.
According to Squawka, Levi Colwill attempted 20 long range passes Against Arsenal on Sunday evening at Emirates Stadium and 13 of them were accurate.
If Levi Colwill were to be at Chelsea next season, that means it's Mykhaylo Mudryk that would be at the receiving end of Levi Colwill's long balls in the Left Wing.
Levi Colwill's composure against the pressing of Defensive Midfielders and then looping the ball with long range shots to Mykhaylo Mudryk will give the Ukrainian Winger more one-on-one encounters against Defenders. This is what Real Madrid mostly do with Vinicius Jr and Mykhaylo Mudryk could have the same chance at Chelsea too next season.
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