RMC believe the idea is for a January transfer, with Luiz having an up and down relationship with Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, and there's no concern from the player about being cup-tied in Europe. He is in contention for tomorrow's game, but at the same time I must make the best decision for the team, for every player.
"I must be honest at the moment it is hard for me to answer [how long he will be out]", Conte told a news conference ahead of Wednesday's away fixture.
Speaking at his pre-match press conference at Cobham on Tuesday afternoon, the Italian revealed that Luiz would miss out against Swansea due to injury and was set to be assessed by Chelsea's medical staff.
"But why are you asking about Willian and not Hazard at the start of the season, and not Pedro the same?"
"I can tell you the players not available", Conte replied when asked for a team news update before Swansea, per football.london.
Chelsea coach, Antonio Conte has said that he won't rush Victor Moses back into action, following his recovery from injury.
"Thibaut is one of the best players, one of the best goalkeepers in the world".
'Especially because the season has just started and we have a long season.
"I have spoken before about our problems at the start of the season". For many reasons, he played a lot of games.
"For sure Victor is back from a bad injury and needs a bit of time to find the best physical condition". I think I have clever players to understand the situation and accept it. Hazard, at the start of the season, accepted the situation to stay on the bench before finding the right form. But I have a great respect for him and his job. "He's a really important player for us".
The Nigeria worldwide was absent for eight matches after sustaining an injury against his old club Crystal Palace on October 14 and only resumed full training with the first team a week ago.
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