October 5, 2023

Noni Madueke and Moises Caicedo are both on track to make their return from injury in time for Chelsea’s upcoming game against Aston Villa this Sunday.

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Chelsea’s injury list has grown in recent weeks, with several key first-team players sidelined during the team’s 0-0 draw against Bournemouth. Noni Madueke, who was acquired by Chelsea for a reported £29 million, has yet to start a Premier League game this season, and his initial performances under manager Mauricio Pochettino have been relatively quiet. On the other hand, Moises Caicedo, who joined Chelsea for a reported £115 million, has faced scrutiny due to his substantial price tag.

According to reports, Chelsea is optimistic about having both Madueke and Caicedo available for their Premier League fixture against Villa on Sunday. Madueke, 21, missed the Bournemouth match due to a muscle issue sustained during the international break. Caicedo, also 21, picked up a knee injury while representing his country.

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Fortunately, it’s stated that the duo’s absence from the previous match was a precautionary measure, and there are no serious injury concerns. Chelsea supporters are hopeful that Noni Madueke’s return can help address the team’s ongoing offensive struggles, as they have struggled to score goals, netting only five times in their first five league matches, including the frustrating goalless draw against Bournemouth. Madueke is known for his exciting style as a fast and direct right-winger who frequently cuts inside onto his favored left foot for shots or crosses, making his potential return to the starting lineup against Villa a source of anticipation.

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