Edouard Mendy has suffered thigh injury while training with Senegal
The Chelsea goalkeeper has landed back in England for the Blues’ doctors to access him
Kepa Arrizabalaga or Willy Caballero is expected to replace Mendy in Chelsea’s first team
Chelsea new goalkeeper Edouard Mendy has suffered thigh injury while on international duty with Senegal in which Frank Lampard may be forced to recall Kepa Arrizabalaga to the first team.
Edouard Mendy has impressed the Blues’ fans in his first two appearances against Spurs and Crystal Palace for Chelsea following his £20million transfer from Rennes.
This latest development will not be a good one for Chelsea boss Frank Lampard who has been happy with the arrival of Mendy after being recommended by Petr Cech.
Kepa Arrizabalaga’s blunders for Chelsea since he joined the Stamford Bridge landlords made the Blues’ chiefs to accept signing Mendy.
Chelsea suffer major injury scare as new £22m goalkeeper Eduoard Mendy returns to club after suffering a thigh problem during international duty with Senegal. pic.twitter.com/6c6OLKfdUa
— Frank Khalid (@FrankKhalidUK) October 9, 2020
The 28-year-old is now the first African goalkeeper who will play for Premier League side Chelsea in history.
Senegal will be facing Morocco in a friendly match on Friday night, October 9, and the country’s football body have confirmed that goalkeeper Mendy won’t be part of the squad.
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After being taken for scans in Rabat, Mendy has now been sent back to Cobham where he will be assessed by Chelsea doctors for them to know how long he won’t be available.
Meanwhile, Chelsea are currently occupying seventh position on the Premier League standings with seven points after four games played so far.
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