Chelsea handed ANOTHER injury blow as Wesley Fofana limps off in friendly against Brentford
Chelsea gave another injury pass as Wesley Fofana limps over in their away from plain view cordial against Brentford… while Kai Havertz nets a Full go-around in the Blues’ 5-1 win
Chelsea defender Wesley Fofana has been given a new injury alarm under seven days out from the Premier League’s return.
The Blues will rapidly survey the middle half and figure out the seriousness of the injury on Wednesday.
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Fofana, who joined Chelsea for £70million from Leicester in the summer, has not played since harming his knee against AC Milan in October.
As twelve of his team-mates went to Qatar for the World Cup, the defender remained behind to restore and develop wellness in front of the Premier League’s restart on December 26.
Chelsea were given a significant injury blow recently in a mid-World Cup well disposed against Aston Estate, as Armando Broja tore his front cruciate ligament and was subsequently precluded until the end of the time.
Reece James, who missed England’s World Cup campaign in light of a knee injury, highlighted for an hour in the warm-up match against Brentford, which was unusually played north of three 45-minute time spans.
Havertz, who scored two times from the bench in Germany’s last match at the World Cup, kept up his purple fix before goal with a very much taken full go-around to include strain to failing best option striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Chelsea’s most memorable Premier League match after the restart comes against Bournemouth at Stamford Bridge on December 27.