Pochettino not rushing Nkunku, Lavia to debut for Chelsea.

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Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino confirms the away match against Manchester United is too early for Christopher Nkunku and Romeo Lavia to return.

Nkunku, who just joined Chelsea for his first year. Unfortunately suffered an injury during pre-season. Although there is speculation. That he may return after the international program ends in November. Pochettino insists that he must be very careful about his return to the field UFABET

while Lavia, who moved for a huge fee last summer Came with an injury that prevented him from making his debut on the field. Indigo Blue Lion

“Tomorrow’s game is still too early. We hope (Nkunku will be available) soon. The players will be assessed on a day-to-day basis. We want to have them as soon as possible. But we have to be careful. Of course, when he’s ready. He will be on the team.”

“Romeo is doing well but, like Cristo, he is not yet ready to be involved in the team.”

Meanwhile, Lesley Ugochukwu and Noni Maduakeke recently faced injuries. Still waiting for the opportunity to return to practice and return to the field. Which is believed to happen soon.

“Lesley I felt the injury problem last week. It was a minor injury, as for Noni after the game with Brighton on Sunday. It’s a bit of a problem as well.”

“We hope they will be ready to practice and ready to help the team soon.” Pochettino said during a press conference before leading Chelsea to visit Manchester United in the Premier League game on Wednesday.