Eva Carneiro is back in London after hinting at a return to Chelsea following her controversial exit from the club.
Carneiro was a team doctor for the Blues before her time with the west London side came to an untimely demise in 2015 after a public fallout with Jose Mourinho. Mourinho criticized her decision-making when she rushed onto the pitch to aid former Blue Eden Hazard, leading to her exit from Stamford Bridge – and a lawsuit against the Blues that saw the two parties settle out-of-court.
But the debacle seems to be water under the bridge for Carneiro after she hinted at a possible return to the club when fans issued an SOS call to her in December following the injury of Reece James. As fans pleaded for her to reconsider her stance, Carneiro emphatically responded “Venga!” which translates to “let’s go” in Spanish.
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And it appears that Carneiro may be taking one step closer to heading back to her old stomping ground as she shared a picture of London on social media. Alongside the London skyline and backdrop of red buses, she gushed: "Hello beautiful London."
Her post sent Chelsea fans into overdrive as they implored the doctor to help come and solve the Blues' deepening injury crisis. One fan wrote: "COME FIX OUR INJURIES CRISIS EVA." A second supporter said: "Location id is by Hyde Park. 20 mins from Stamford Bridge. Yeah, she's coming home."
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And a third addressed the doctor saying: "Coded post? Should we expect you in the Stamford Bridge setup again?????." While a fourth supporter begged Carneiro for forgiveness and added: "Eva we love you…Kindly forgive us and come back to the bridge."
The Blues are in desperate need of some help in the medical room as their list of crocked absentees continues to grow. Denis Zakaria is the latest Chelsea star who has been ruled out of action after the Juventus loanee was injured in the Blues' 2-1 defeat to Fulham.
Zakaria joins long-term absentees N'Golo Kante and Wesley Fofana, and full-backs Reece James and Ben Chilwell. who are still on the sidelines. The Blues are also missing Raheem Sterling, Christian Pulisic, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Edouard Mendy, and Armando Broja who's been ruled out for the rest of the campaign.
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