British media Daily Mail reported on the 18th (토토사이트) that “Romeo Lavia (19) will be absent until the end of November due to an ankle injury.”
Rabia was considered a promising player who will grow into a top midfielder in the future. Active activity and technical and flexible footwork are considered the biggest advantages.
Initially, going to Liverpool was mentioned as a strong candidate. Liverpool, which failed to recruit Moises Caicedo this summer, reportedly offered a transfer fee of 60 million euros (about 85.6 billion won) to bring LaVia.
Rabia’s choice was Chelsea. Liverpool have not reached a personal agreement with LaVia. Rabia headed to Chelsea, which offered 62.1 million euros.
He transferred after many twists and turns, but the result is not satisfactory. LaVia has yet to make his debut after suffering an injury in his first training session immediately after joining Chelsea.
The situation got worse. According to the report, Lavia was forced to sit out until November due to another recurrence of an ankle injury while she was set to return this month.
Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino told a recent press conference: “Romeo can’t play yet. The timing of his return has not been fixed either. It will be difficult to play even after the A match break, he said.