Chelsea’s Romeo Rabia’s return date is still unclear.
‘Mauricio Pochettino has revealed that summer signing Romeo Rabia’s absence will continue after next week’s international break,’ Goal.com reported on Sept. 7.
‘Chelsea fear Romeo Rabia will miss at least six weeks with an ankle injury sustained in training last week,’ the Daily Mail reported on September 12.온라인카지노
‘Early indications from scans are that Rabia has suffered ligament damage and that the problem is serious enough to raise fears he will be out for at least a month and a half,’ they reported.
He suffered the ankle injury in his first training session with Chelsea and has been out of action since with suspected ligament damage. Rabia was expected to return in late October, but Pochettino is unsure when he will be back to full fitness.
Pochettino told his press conference on Friday: “I can’t say because he is not playing yet. After the international break, he will still not be ready,” Pochettino said on Friday.
In addition to Rabia, Chelsea are currently without Wesley Fofana, Christopher Nkunku, Ben Chilwell, Marcus Bettinelli, Leicester City’s Reece James, Benuah Badiajil, Mikhail Mudric and Kani Chukwuemeka.