Christopher Nkunku Chelsea RETURN? Pochettino Give POSITIVE NEWS!

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Christopher Nkunku return to full training have been boosted by Mauricio Pochettino latest update, MySportDab reports.

The France International have been sidelined since the beginning of season after getting injured during preseason match.

Christopher Nkunku was injured during a friendly match which took place against Borussia Dortmund which ended in a draw.

Mauricio Pochettino is now positive after his press conference today which he confirmed a major news concerning Nkunku coming back.

The Blues have had to play without their player who sealed a move early in this summer window from RB Leipzig which cost over €60 Million plus.

His move was one which happened a long time ago but was delayed as RB Leipzig wanted to keep him for the season which he didn’t play much due to injury.

Before leaving the German League, Christopher Nkunku was the joint top goal scorer despite playing less amount of games due to him getting injured.

The France International move to Chelsea saw him showing some impressive stats during the preseason which him and Nicolas Jackson formed a good partnership.

According to reports reaching us from Fabrizio Romano, he confirmed Mauricio Pochettino latest update concerning Nkunku return to full training with the team.

Here Is What Was Said:

“Christopher Nkunku is working really well now and he’s really close”.

“As soon as possible we can have him involved. He’s a really important player for us and for our project”.

“Maybe after the international he will be involved. Maybe… not sure”.

“We are looking forward to recover him and see him help us score more goals”.

Christopher Nkunku have been working so hard towards his return back to training as his playing time will still have to wait for a while to happen.

His performance during the preseason shows a lot of promises he will be bringing to the team when he is fully fit as he will be forming a duo with Nicolas Jackson.

Christopher Nkunku is expected to play more in the attacking position and could also be deployed to play the number nine position if there is any need.

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