Chelsea Suffer Huge Blow Amid Reece James Medical Report [Full Details]

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Chelsea are now having to deal with another major blow following the release of Reece James medicals, MySportDab reports.

Reece James came off as a substitute yesterday during Chelsea 2-0 victory against Bournemouth in the Premier League game.

The player has been out since the game against AC Milan in the UEFA Champions League which was before the World Cup in Qatar.

His return against Bournemouth was the biggest news last night which saw him making a huge difference in the game.

Unfortunately during the second half of the game they were some cause for concerns which saw the player signaled to be removed.

He couldn’t carry on with the game having gone down before being removed and Cesar Azpilicueta came on as his replacement.

The manager Graham Potter made his comment last night with hopes of it not being something serious for the player after the game.

As things may be now, the scan results shows Reece James will be missing out of action for another one month according to reports from Chelsea medical team.

Here Is What Was Said:

“Chelsea Football Club has today released the following statement about Reece James.

“Defender Reece James underwent assessment earlier today after being substituted during the second half of last night’s 2-0 Premier League victory over AFC Bournemouth due to a knee injury.

“Scan results have regrettably confirmed a setback for the 23-year-old, with Reece now set to be ruled out for up to a month.

Reece James join Wesley Fofana who also came back but fell back into injury during a friendly match which adds to the list that keep on growing.

Armando Broja has been ruled out for the rest of the season which came during the friendly match behind closed doors which ended up in a 5-1 victory for the Blues.

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