Romeo Lavia injury update, Progress & possible return date

Romeo Lavia injury update, Progress & possible return date

Chelsea fans have yet to witness Romeo Lavia, their dazzling new summer acquisition, in the flesh.

Mauricio Pochettino has given the midfielder time to settle before thrusting him into the limelight, but a new injury concern may keep the Stamford Bridge faithful waiting to see their £58 million man.

Lavia declined the chance to move to Liverpool this summer, opting instead to join Chelsea. However, it appears that the Belgian has been afflicted by the injury curse that has yet to lift at Stamford Bridge, adding his name to a lengthy list of absentees.

Lavia sustained his injury during training, and Chelsea is now concerned that their 19-year-old rising sensation may be out for an extended period of time as he has yet to take the field.

Here is the most recent update on Lavia’s injury status.

Chelsea continues to monitor Lavia as they determine the severity of his injury. During training, the adolescent sustained an ankle injury, with some sources speculating that it was a muscle tear.

Until the severity of the injury is determined, it is impossible to estimate Lavia’s recuperation time, but reports indicate that Chelsea is preparing for the worst, anticipating he will be out for a “extended period of time.”

Lavia had been exercising on his own at Chelsea’s training facility in preparation for his long-awaited debut, which was likely to occur after the international break. Pochettino will undoubtedly be frustrated by the issue’s timing and potential severity, but he will also have his fingers crossed that the situation is not as dire as initially anticipated.

After the conclusion of the international break on September 17, Chelsea will host Aston Villa and Brighton to close out the month.

Given Chelsea’s reluctance to hurry Lavia back into action, fans may have to wait a while to see their summer acquisition don the blue jersey.

Romeo Lavia injury update, Progress & possible return date

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