- Chelsea star Charly Musonda has returned to Stamford Bridge after suffering an injury
- The Belgian was loaned by the Blues to Dutch side Vitesse Arnhem where he got injured
- He is now expected to be checked and treated at Chelsea medical department
Belgian football star Charly Musonda has returned to Premier League club Chelsea after suffering an injury while playing in a closed-doors game against Royal Antwerp last Saturday.
Charly Musonda last month moved to Dutch side Vitesse Arnhem where the 21-year-old attacker was expected to spend the rest of the season.
And according to the report by UK Sun, Charly Musonda has returned to Stamford Bridge where he will be treated and could be out for lengthy period.
In June 2012, Charly Musonda joined Chelsea from from Anderlecht but has only featured three times in the Premier League.
Last two seasons, he was on loan at Real Betis and the Belgian impressed at the Spanish club.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Dutch Eredivisie side Vitesse confirmed sealing a season-long loan deal for Chelsea and Belgian youngster Charly Musonda.
The midfielder is ranked highly at West London since his arrival from Belgium giant Anderlecht as a 16-year-old in July 1, 2012 and made his first-team Chelsea debut in 2017.
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