TERRIBLE: Chelsea’s Player Is Injured For Long, Will Miss Barcaelona & Tottenham Matches

Chelsea FC are getting closer to the end of this season, 2017/2018, where the important matches domestically in the FA Cup and Premier League are getting more intense and hard, and the European matches as well are getting tougher where Chelsea will be facing FC Barcelona in a few days in the knock out stages, group of 16, where one of Chelsea’s player is injured, and will be missing this crucial match.

Antonio Conte, Chelsea’s manager, is suffering from several issues this season in the squad due to the depth of the squad with the Champions League matches where the team had to buy more players, but the board refused to spend, which is the reason of the bad performance Chelsea is having recently in the Premier League and Chelsea are in danger of missing the Champions League next season as well.

Injuries are making Antonio Conte’s mission even harder after one of Chelsea’s players is declared injured, and he will be missing two crucial matches against FC Barcelona in the Champions League on the 14th of March, and Tottenham Hotspurs crucial London Derby on the first of April, in around three weeks.

The Brazilian defender, David Luiz, is declared injured again this season, and his return date isn’t set yet where the Brazilian international defender is having one of his worst seasons in Europe and with Chelsea after losing his place in the starting Xl under Antonio Conte to the Danish youngster defender, Andreas Christensen, who is having his best season until now.

David Luiz is reported to be leaving the Stamford Bridge, Chelsea, for the second time in the upcoming summer after some issues with Antonio Conte, which is a very similar situation to the situation Antonio Conte had with the Brazilian-Spanish striker, Diego Costa, who was sold at the beginning of this season to the La Liga giant, Atletico Madrid, after Antonio Conte sent him a message telling him that he isn’t in his plants for this season before he gets replaced by the Spanish Striker, Alvaro Morata.

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