According to Chelsea interim manager Frank Lampard, Reece James will be unavailable for the remainder of the season due to a hamstring injury, and Mason Mount is unlikely to play in the final seven games due to a pelvic injury. Lampard also mentioned that James had undergone a scan which confirmed his unavailability for the remainder of the season, while Mount has been trying to cope with his pelvic injury, which predates Lampard's arrival. However, he will need minor surgery and four weeks to recover, and even though there is a slight chance he may play the last game, it is unlikely. Despite losing all four games in his second stint as Chelsea's manager, Lampard said that they were brought in to help the club during a difficult period and that the situation won't change in a short time.
Chelsea's defender Reece James will be unavailable for the remainder of the season due to a hamstring injury, according to the club's interim manager Frank Lampard. James sustained the injury during a recent match, and although he played on, a subsequent scan has revealed the extent of the damage. Additionally, Lampard revealed that midfielder Mason Mount is unlikely to feature in the final seven games due to a pelvic injury that requires minor surgery and a four-week recovery period. Chelsea are currently in 11th place in the Premier League and were knocked out of the Champions League in the quarter-finals by Real Madrid last week.