Alvaro Morata, Juventus striker, will miss a Chelsea reunion.
The Italian club announced on Monday that Morata and teammate Paulo Dybala will not return from injury until after the October international break.
Dybala scored the game’s first goal before limping off in tears in a 3-2 Serie A triumph against Sampdoria on Sunday, while Morata had to be replaced due to injury.
Dybala has also contributed two assists and has been one of the few bright sparks for Juve as they’ve endured a slow start to Allegri’s second reign in charge.
Morata has three goals from six outings this term too, with Moise Kean now likely to step in and lead the line in his absence.
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Morata had a hamstring ailment, while Dybala has a thigh muscle problem, according to a note on Juventus’ website.
After acquiring coronavirus, N’Golo Kante will miss Chelsea’s Champions League trip.
The midfielder from France has begun self-isolation and has not traveled to Italy.
Mason Mount (knee), Christian Pulisic (ankle), and Reece James (ankle) have all been ruled out.