Pedro injury worse than first thought

Pedro injury worse than first thought

The Colombia global clattered into the attacker early on in the match and the injury has proven more serious than his manager would have hoped, although Conte is confident the player will be fit in time to face the same opponents in the Community Shield on August 6.

Chelsea star Pedro has been sent back to London for further tests after he suffered a concussion and facial cuts against Arsenal on Saturday (July 22).

When asked if Ospina was at fault, Conte replied: "No, absolutely not".

Pedro also took to social media on Saturday night to update his fans on his health.

"I think it was a game of a good level where we finally lost well", Wenger told reporters.

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"He understands his mistake and he's sorry", Conte said.

It may just be pre-season, but Chelsea were a fair bit above Arsenal in terms of work-rate, commitment, and determination, and those are qualities that can be carried over to the non-fake season as well.

The Chelsea team will travel to Singapore as they begin their International Championship Cup (ICC) on Tuesday against Bayern Munchen.

"We prepared for 10 days in Cobham and then we prepare for our season in China and then in Singapore. We have two more matches to play on the tour but winning these type of matches, against strong opposition, is very good for our confidence".

However, the Daily Mail claim that Pedro will play no further part in the Premier League champions tour of Asia, and will instead return to London for further tests and treatment. "I hope to see the same passion tomorrow".