Leagues around the world were paused last week for international break, following the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification.
Most players traveled to their respective countries for the games and expected to return for continuation of leagues.
In addition, Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel may be staring down the barrel of every club manager's worst nightmare, as he awaits an update on the fitness of two of his forwards following the international break.
Both Belgian striker Lukaku and German international Kai Havertz could miss Chelsea's upcoming Premier League clash at home to Aston Villa after picking up injuries during international games.
The two stars are recognized as Tuchel's best choice as forwards, due to their outstanding performance at the moment.
Romelu Lukaku who has only made two appearances for the West Londoners since he returned to Stamford Bridge earlier this summer, is set to undergo a scan on a potential thigh injury before he travel back to London.
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