According to The Sun (h/t Daily Mail Online), Chelsea Football club could be dealt a blow in the form of Ben Chilwell, who may have suffered an ACL injury during the UEFA champions league game against Juventus.
Chelsea football club thrashed Juventus by a 4-0 scoreline, but their happiness would be diminished by this situation.
Chelsea Left-back Ben Chilwell has offered Chelsea faithful some issues to worry about as some outlets are ruling him out for 6-9 months if his injury is related to ACL damage while others are saying the defender could be out for the remainder of the year.
After hobbling off the field with around 20-minutes left to play, the extent of Chilwell’s injury quickly became apparent.
Fearing the 24-year-old defender has damaged his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), according to a recent report from the Telegraph, the blues is now waiting for a recent scan to confirm their suspicions
What is wrong is not yet known and we wait for an official statement from the club website or Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel when he will be welcoming Manchester United on Sunday at Stamford bridge.
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