Pochettino has provided news concerning the Chelsea Vs Middlesbrough match with Nkunku news, MySportDab reports.
The Blues will be taking on Middlesbrough in the semifinal second leg of the EFL Carabao Cup which they are already behind.
Mauricio Pochettino has shared an update on recent news concerning Christopher Nkunku and other player with the team ahead of their game tomorrow.
Chelsea have been dealing with a lot of injuries since the beginning of the season which have seen them miss a number of players.
Christopher Nkunku is among those players who have been missing action despite recently making his return which did not last long.
The player was sent back to recovery after some issues with his hips was discovered after training the whole team.
He has been missing in action since the first leg of the match between Chelsea and Middlesbrough which he was really missed by the Blues.
Mauricio Pochettino have now confirm recent updates concerning Christopher Nkunku and other players ahead of the game coming up tomorrow.
Here Is What He Said:
“Nkunku is not available. It’s a shame. He’s still recovering”.
“He suffered a little bit in his hip, now he’s recovering.
“It’s not a big issue. It’s just delayed the possibility of being available again”.
There are also some good news with recoveries from a number of other players who are already back in training.
More Update For Other Players
“Trevoh Chalobah – in group training for reconditioning phase.
“Marc Cucurella – continuing to undergo his rehabilitation programme.
“Wesley Fofana – continuing to undergo his rehabilitation programme.
“Reece James – continuing to undergo his rehabilitation programme.
“Romeo Lavia – continuing to undergo his rehabilitation programme.
“Robert Sanchez – continuing to undergo his rehabilitation programme.
“Lesley Ugochukwu – continuing to undergo his rehabilitation programme.
There only six players who are still in the process of recovery and they are expected to take some time before coming back.
Mauricio Pochettino have also called back a number of players from their loan move in attempt to use them as cover up for open space.