Romelu Lukaku will have a scan on his thigh before returning to Chelsea after the striker admitted he has been struggling with a 'minor issue', as per Daily Mail.
Liverpool are in constant contact with Naby Keita after the midfielder was caught up in the volatile political situation affecting his native Guinea. The Reds are confident the player is in good hands, according to Liverpool echo.
Furthermore, latest reports suggest Naby Keita has already booked a 13-seater private jet to travel with some of his teammates from Guinea.
Andreas Christensen is negotiating his contract extension with Chelsea. He is currently happy at the club.
Argentina have released AVFC’s Emiliano Martinez and Emi Buendia from international duty but, as it stands, Tottenham duo Lo Celso and Romero remain with their national team, as per The Athletic.
Football legend Pele is hospitalised and has been kept in for six days with an 'undisclosed health problem', his manager has revealed. This comes days after the Brazil icon, 80, denied reports he had fainted.
Cristiano Ronaldo is set to join Manchester United training on Wednesday after spending five days in isolation, claims ESPN.
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