Chelsea have suffered yet another blow with N’Golo Kanté still aiming recovery
The International break could be hitting back at Chelseajust as they haven’t planned for with two stars already sidelined over injury concers.
First was N’Golo Kanté who had to abandon the rest of France’s game for the current campaign.
Kante returned to Chelsea to tests which confirmed he would have to miss action for a while.
Chelsea have West Bromwich to face when the League resumes with FC Porto and Manchester City fixtures still lined up.
Callum Hudson-Odoi has been one of Tuchel’s few regulars, but could be set to be on the sidelines for a while.
The 20-year-old had to return to Cobham today over worries of his shoulder injury as he reportedly couldn’t continue with the rest of the fixtures.
Hudson-Odoi has always been one of the few impressing stars for Tuchel who deploys the attacker for even defensive duties.
Chelsea are yet to confirm the length of the English man’s injury but is expected he won’t be out for too long.
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