Chelsea midfielder Ross Barkley has recovered from his latest injury setback and is ready to join his teammates in training during the international break, following his recovery from a persistent hamstring injury, according to The Telegraph.
The former Everton player has been battling with a hamstring problem, which is not as severe as the one he encountered during the first half of the campaign.
The midfielder has featured in only three games since his arrival at Stamford Bridge on a £15million deal and is eager to make progress for the club. The Blues are fully aware the 24-year-old would need time to regain total fitness to produce better results but they have the assurance that he will be a great asset in the future for them.
Barkley has been ruled out of the England team for the upcoming World Cup, however he is just focused on helping his club with the rest of their games for the season.
The England international’s return would be a boost for Chelsea as Conte’s side are still working to finish in the top-four and also try to win the FA Cup.