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Chelsea Prodigy Chukwuemeka Faces Six-Week Recovery Period Following Knee Surgery



Chelsea midfielder Carney Chukwuemeka is set to undergo a six-week recovery period following knee surgery carried out on Monday.

The 19-year-old suffered the injury during Chelsea's recent 3-1 loss to West Ham, during which he managed to score the team's lone goal.



Having been acquired for £20 million from Aston Villa during the summer, Chukwuemeka was a starter in Chelsea's initial two Premier League matches this season.

While he expressed a mix of emotions after netting his debut goal for the club, he also lamented the injury and the absence of securing three points in the match against West Ham.



Chukwuemeka conveyed his determination to return swiftly after this minor setback and extended gratitude to the Chelsea fanbase for their unwavering support.



"Bittersweet feeling scoring my first goal for Chelsea but picking up an injury and not coming home with three points," Chukwuemeka said. "Minor setback but I'll be back very soon. Thank you Chelsea fans for your love and support."

Chelsea have confirmed the completion of Chukwuemeka's surgical procedure and outlined his upcoming path of recovery. He will undertake rehabilitation under the guidance of the club's medical team at their Cobham training facility.


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