Chelsea striker Nicholas Jackson has withdrawn from the Senegal national team. After undergoing minor surgery on his wrist,
Jackson had to wear a cast for the Blues throughout his last two matches after suffering pain before the Carabao Cup game in which the team beat Brighton 1-0
Jackson had worn a splint on his right arm during his last two matches to protect the injury.
The Senegalese forward had been suffering from the problem ahead of Chelsea’s 1-0 win over Brighton in the Carabao Cup, as reported by the ทางเข้า ufabet.
Jackson has reportedly undergone a minor operation to correct the issue.
The operation has led to the 22-year-old pulling out of Senegal’s match against Cameroon.
Jackson is in London instead of flying to Senegal to undergo surgery on a minor problem. But it is believed he will be fit for the next Premier League game against Arsenal on October 21.
The 22-year-old has struggled to regain his form since joining Stamford from Villarreal. Ford Bridge this past summer Having just scored only 3 goals. After scoring in the last game, Chelsea defeated Burnley 4-1. Senegal has a friendly against Cameroon in France on October 16, with Glasgow Rangers striker Abdallah Zima brought in to replace Jackson.
The Blues striker will undergo a short rehabilitation process following the procedure, as he looks to make a full recovery in time for the London derby against Mikel Arteta’s squad next week.