Chelsea have confirmed that goalkeeper Petr Cech will be out for a month after suffering a torn calf muscle.
The Stamford Bridge club have revealed that following scans on the injury, the goalkeeper will be out for “three to four weeks”.
Cech went down clutching his leg midway through the second half of Chelsea's Champions League second round clash with Inter Milan on Wednesday night and had to leave the pitch on a stretcher.
Boss Carlo Ancelotti revealed after the match that Cech had suffered a torn calf muscle, but admitted he hoped Cech would be back for the second leg.
However following further scans Cech will miss the second leg, as well as Chelsea's clash with Manchester City on Saturday.