Chelsea's Champions League win over Juventus ended with a worrying development for the Blues. Ben Chilwell had to be substituted in the 70th minute of the match due to severe pain in his knee.
Tuchel told a press conference that the pain had subsided, but that he would have to wait for tests. According to 'The Guardian', the club fears it could be a rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament in the knee.
For the moment, the club has not given any information. But the English newspaper commented that tests will soon be carried out to determine the severity of the injury and the result will be made public.
If the news is confirmed, the full-back will have to be out for at least six months, which means he will miss the rest of the season. In addition, it comes at a difficult year for him, as it could also weigh him down in terms of qualifying for the World Cup in Qatar, which kicks off in a year's time.
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