Mason Mount will not be joining the England team for the upcoming international break due to an injury, according to Graham Potter, but the head coach received better news today regarding N’Golo Kante’s availability for Chelsea’s match against Everton.
While Kante hasn’t played for the Blues since August, Mount hasn’t since last month.
At his press conference to promote tomorrow’s game against the Toffees, Potter updated the public on the midfielder as well as Raheem Sterling, who was also left off the England roster, and Kante, who has resumed training in recent weeks.
Everton vs. Chelsea Injury update for Kante
Potter stated that there was a potential that he would make the team. It would mark a first. It’s wonderful that Potter has taken control of it. N’Golo is a top-tier player, and managers before me have praised him highly.
He has left us greatly missing. N’Golo Kante is N’Golo Kante, which is not to imply that the other players haven’t given them all because they have. A top performer.
His coming back is fantastic for us. Remembering that he has been injured for a while is important. The fact that he has had a protracted injury must be taken into consideration, and we will take the necessary actions to bring him up to speed in the Premier League.
Injury to Everton vs. Chelsea A report on Sterling and Mount
Aside from confirming their continued absences, Thiago Silva and Cesar Azpilicueta, Potter also said he will be without two additional regulars for the Everton game.
Potter stated that Raheem has a hamstring issue.
Although it’s not too serious, he will miss the weekend game and the international break.
The same applies to Mason. Mason has experienced some little pubic bone discomfort. He wasn’t fully prepared for the previous game and is still not there, therefore he will also miss the England camp.
In the midst of the storm.
Potter was in a good mood at Cobham, and the head coach discussed the upbeat atmosphere at the club right now after a video of him speaking at a Club Chelsea event last night went viral on social media and highlighted our desire to win the Champions League.
Following three victories, you must conclude that life is better. Outcomes increase everyone’s confidence and enjoyment, and that is why we are here—to succeed. The results weren’t good enough, and we’re all accountable for that. Although having luck is useful and essential, you cannot wait for it to happen. You must press forth and weather the storm. A storm was present,absolutely, for a while, but we’ve come out of it with three victories, so now we need to keep going.
Injury report for Chelsea vs. Everton
James Reece and Pierre
Emerick Due to illness and injury, Aubameyang was unable to play in last week’s victory at Leicester, and Mount and Azpilicueta have been out for the past month as a result. The former sustained an injury in training, and our captain is being watched in accordance with concussion protocol.
Thiago Silva is also ruled out, and Armando Broja is still unavailable as he continues his recovery. Edouard Mendy is back at the gym.