Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has confirmed that Romelu Lukaku won't be available for Saturday clash against Leicester City. The Blues will be travel o Kingpower Stadium to face the Foxes in a much contested game as both teams look to take the three crucial points. Lukaku who has been out for almost a month will continue to be out of the pitch until he fully recovers from the injury.
Lukaku picked an ankle injury during the Champions League clash against Malmö, despite winning the game, Lukaku limped off with a crucial injury that has made him miss several games. According to Thomas Tuchel, Lukaku may as well miss the games between Juventus and Manchester United as he suffers fitness issues.
However, Mason Mount, Kai Havertz and Timo Werner will be available for the weekend clash and either of the three could replace Lukaku as centre forward. The Blues are looking to extend their lead as they top the table. Chelsea have managed to win most of their games despite a draw in their previous game against Burnley.
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