Chelsea defender Gary Cahill will be in a right support of mind for Saturday’s FA Cup strife opposite Brentford after he was concerned in a occurrence that left Hull City’s Ryan Mason with a fractured skull, his manager Antonio Conte pronounced on Friday. Cahill was distraught after a offensive strife of heads with Mason on Sunday and visited him in sanatorium after a match, British media reported.
“He was not so good. Now he’s in good form. He has overcome a situation,” Conte told reporters when asked about Cahill’s mental state. Mason is creation good swell in his liberation after undergoing surgery. “I know how Gary is feeling – I’m gratified a man (Mason) is well. we wish him and his family a best. we would wish to see him really shortly on a representation again,” Conte said.
Chelsea have reportedly had a bid for Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon deserted and Conte insisted his second-choice shot-stopper Asmir Begovic will be going nowhere if he can't find a deputy during a Jan send window. “Begovic will be authorised to leave if we can find a suitable replacement, though if not, he will stay during a club. For certain there is this Begovic situation,” a manager added.
“Bournemouth asked about him though he’s Chelsea’s player. I’m happy with him.” Conte hinted he was expected to margin a few border players when Chelsea horde second-tier Brentford during Stamford Bridge in a fourth-round tie. “We wish to equivocate a replay if possible, so we contingency try to win a game… Begovic will start tomorrow,” he said. “Nathan Ake can play as a executive defender or wing-back. It’s a good event for him. Tomorrow’s diversion is another possibility for Michy Batshuayi to uncover his improvement.”