Just at the end of international break a big blow has struck against Chelsea where since the reports coming in says that their concrete midfielder Ngolo Kante who got injured in the international duty . The Chelsea icon is said to have had a knee injury in their last match of international break.
This has become a big disadvantage for Chelsea's headcoach since he will have to set a side Kante in his squad during the first leg of the Champions league champaign , this has left the coach with minimum options in his team's midfield combinations.
The French footballer is scheduled to miss a number of games due to the injury on the that he acquired during an international duty, Kante is currently said to have regained his original form since the arrival of new Head Coach Thomas Tuchel that has seen Chelsea remain unbeaten in their last ten games across all competitions with a number of clean sheets.
Reports from the France dressing room stated that Kante might have to go for a knee surgery before he returns to his club duties .
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