Bad News From Stamford Bridge As Chelsea striker set to undergo surgery ahead of vital clash against Arsenal

 Without much doubts, Chelsea football club will most definitely remain keen on getting back to winning ways in order to improve their chances of winning trophies under manager Mauricio Pochettino this season.

Do remember that the West London club were one of the most active Premier League clubs during the summer transfer window as they completed the signings of several players.

However, the Stamford Bridge side have struggled for form since the start of the new season and are currently occupying the 11th position on the Premier League table.

The Blues have quite gotten back into form, having won their last two Premier League matches against Fulham and Burnley respectively, but then, they face their biggest match yet against Arsenal.

And ahead of that crunch tie against Arsenal football club on October 21, Chelsea football club could be without the services of young striker Nicolas Jackson due to an injury.

The 22-year-old Senegal International, who signed up for Chelsea football club after departing Villarreal in the summer has been an important member of the team so far.

The young centre-forward has been quite influential for Chelsea football club so far this 2023/2024 season, scoring three goals in 9 appearances in all competitions.

Do remember that Nicolas Jackson was on the score sheet, scoring Chelsea's fourth goal in their 4-1 win against Burnley but he could now be out for their next league match against Arsenal football club.

Nicolas Jackson is said to have injured his wrist while playing for Chelsea and according to reports from Daily Mail, the young striker is now expected to undergo a wrist surgery ahead of the visit of Arsenal.

It remains to be seen if the young Nicolas Jackson will recover from the injury in time to lead Chelsea's attack against Arsenal, but with the availability of Armando Broja, Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino may not have too much to worry about.

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