Mauricio Pochettino has declared that Armando Broja, a striker for Chelsea, won’t be ready for tomorrow’s match against Arsenal.
In his pre-game press conference, he asserted that the striker will unquestionably be unfit to face their London opponents, despite the fact that some players will be evaluated tomorrow before the game.
After a few players sustained injuries during the international break, Pochettino was faced with a lot of difficult selection decisions.
Cole Palmer, who had a dead leg and was sent home after one game, has been seen this week in training.
The largest problem was Broja, who was chosen to represent Albania but did not play for his country.
The player arrived with a problem from his return to club football, according to Sylvinho, their manager, who also said that he was not in any way prepared to play for the nation.
Since recovering from the injury that kept him out for the bulk of last season, he has started two games.
But he won’t be able to add another appearance to his resume starting tomorrow. Pochettino has declared that he would not be at the game.
We need to assess right now because he finished training late, he remarked. We must evaluate Axel, Nico, and Reece. Broja has left. We need to evaluate a few of the players. Perhaps Benoit will be able to sit on the bench.
Who will start up front if both Jackson and Broja are injured will be a huge challenge.
Raheem Sterling is the most likely contender, allowing Cole Palner and Mykhailo Mudryk to surround him.
The international player from Ukraine will be motivated to continue his recent success after scoring his first goal for both club and country.