Graham Potter acknowledged that he was ‘concerned‘ when Chelsea defender Wesley Fofana appeared to be in tears as he went off during the Champions League triumph against AC Milan.Infomation Guide Nigeria
Fofana, who joined Chelsea in the summer after a £70 million transfer from Leicester City, scored his first goal for the club on Wednesday night.
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However, the French defender was forced to leave the game before halftime due to an innocuous clash with AC Milan attacker Rafael Leao.
Fofana attempted to continue playing after the original challenge, but quickly signalled to Chelsea’s bench that he had to be substituted, and Trevoh Chalobah entered the game.
As he departed the field, Fofana cut a sad figure and was greeted by Ben Chilwell, who had lately overcome his own physical issues.
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Fofana spent nearly nine months on the sidelines at Leicester after breaking his leg in a preseason friendly, and he complained of injury problems during his final weeks at the King Power Stadium. The scenes were especially concerning for Chelsea supporters because Fofana had been sidelined for almost nine months due to injury.
When asked for an update on Fofana following Chelsea’s 3-0 victory over Milan, Potter replied, ‘We’ll have to scan him tomorrow and see how he’s doing.
Asked for an update on Fofana after Chelsea’s 3–0 win over Milan, Potter said: ‘We’ll have to scan it tomorrow and see how it is.
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