Now that the Premier League season has kicked off, several Premier League sides will be aiming to wrestle the Premier League trophy from Manchester City football club this season.
Chelsea football club should also be challenging for the prestigious Premier League trophy, but having had a disappointing start to the season, it is all up to manager Mauricio Pochettino to turn things around soon.
The West London club have struggled for form since the start of the new season and are currently occupying the 11th position on the Premier League table after eight matches.
And ahead of their next league match against Arsenal football club at the Stamford Bridge, Chelsea could now be rocked with reports that young attacking midfielder Cole Palmer is in line to miss the match.
The 21-year-old England International, who signed up for Chelsea football club last summer after departing Manchester City has hit the ground running at Stamford Bridge.
The highly-rated attacking midfielder has started the 2023/2024 season on a brilliant note, scoring two goals and providing two assists in eight appearances in all competitions.
His excellent performances has impressed manager Mauricio Pochettino, but he is now a doubt for the visit of Arsenal football club after he was forced off as a result of an injury while on international duty with England.
Cole Palmer started for England U21 in their most recent Euro U21 qualification match against Serbia U21 on Thursday night but he was subbed off in the 51st minute of the match due to an injury.
And according to reports from MIRROR FOOTBALL, Cole Palmer suffered a dead leg during the course of the 9-1 victory against Serbia U21 and he was replaced by Newcastle United youngster Valentino Livramento.
This will come as a disappointing news to Chelsea football club who are aiming for their third straight victory in the Premier League when they host Arsenal football club when the international break is over.
And with the match holding on October 21 at the Stamford Bridge, it remains to be seen if the young Cole Palmer will make a quick recovery and be available for selection.