Chelsea boss, Thomas Tuchel, has confirmed that Thiago Silva will not be able to play against Brentford on Oct 16 upon his homecoming from international duty with Brazil national squad.
Chelsea will tackle Brentford in an absent Premier League clash after the international break, but Silva won’t characteristic in that derby clash after heading to Due south America for Brazil’s World Loving cup qualifiers against Venezuela, Republic of Colombia and Uruguay.
The finally game of that triple-header, Brazil’s home clash with Uruguay in Manaus, is not scheduled to kick-off until 01:30 am BST on Fri.
Providing an update on Silva, Tuchel was quoted by Chelsea’s official website as saying: “He will go and so he will play for Brazil and so he will come up dorsum on the matchday versus Brentford.
“This is the life of international breaks, this is the state of affairs of international breaks in 2021.
“Similar it or not, what can I do? Is it a good solution for us as a social club? No. But we cannot take hold him dorsum.
“It is impossible whether they ring him, he needs to go. Otherwise, he gets suspended from FIFA.
“There is no selection and it is something we have to live with.”
Meanwhile, Chelsea are presently on top of the Premier League tabular array with 16 points from 7 games next their 3-1 win over Southampton at the weekend.
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