Chelsea supervisor Graham Potter has confirmed that the damage suffered by Reece James within the 2-0 win over Bournemouth is ‘in the identical space’ as his earlier knee concern.
The wing-back was in sensible kind in his first recreation since struggling a knee damage in early October in Chelsea’s Champions League journey to AC Milan – a knee damage which meant he needed to miss England’s 2022 FIFA World Cup marketing campaign – inflicting the guests plenty of points along with his bombing runs ahead.
After one half of soccer nonetheless, James indicated that he’d suffered a knock within the opening 5 minutes of the second half and was changed by Cesar Azpilicueta shortly after receiving some remedy on the pitch.
Talking after the 2-0 win to the press, Potter offered an replace on James’ newest setback stating:
“No, not likely [an update]. Too quickly, however it’s in the identical space so it is a concern. We’ll see within the subsequent 24 or 48 hours.
“It is too quickly in the mean time. However the motion to cut, he felt one thing there. We’ve got to maintain our fingers crossed in the mean time. He is dissatisfied. In fact he’s. In the intervening time, we’re simply hoping it isn’t as unhealthy and we preserve our fingers crossed.”