The Belgian international striker will undergo medical tests before returning to Stamford Bridge to return to domestic duty.
Romelu Lukaku has admitted to Chelsea the fear of an unusual injury, admitting that he will have a scan on a “minor issue” before returning to Stamford Bridge from international duty.
The 28-year-old striker, Joe million returned to West London in a 98 98 million (6 136 million) deal. During the summer transfer window, the World Cup stayed away from Belgium in qualifying action.
He collected his 100th cap for his country against the Czech Republic on Sunday, a precautionary measure that means he will be suspended for Wednesday’s clash with Belarus.
What has been said?
With his international break, Lukaku has revealed that he will return to England soon – but only after undergoing further medical tests.
He told HLN After marking a century of exhibition for his country with his 67th goal for Belgium: “I will scan my thigh first. I will come. “
Will Lukaku be ready for Chelsea’s next match?
Lukaku seems to suggest that there is nothing to worry about in terms of fitness.
Chelsea have already seen him open his goal account for the club. The first attempt was recorded against London rival Arsenal.
Lukaku is expected to encourage Thomas Tachel’s side to a Premier League title challenge this season, and if appropriate, should start his return to Chelsea’s domestic action at the Austin Villa home on Saturday.