The Spaniard was on the receiving end of a bad tackle from the Chelsea striker on Monday night.
Welcome to this evening's transfer round-up. This edition features 'Luke Garbutt to Wigan confirmed' and 'Watford looking at Younes Kaboul?' plus more, so delve in below.
Gary Neville has savaged Eden Hazard despite a man of the match performance in Chelsea's 2-1 win over West Ham United.
HITC Sport understands Manchester City coach never wanted him as number one
The Reds beat Arsenal 4-3 at the Emirates on Sunday.
Rangers boss Mark Warburton is hoping to tempt Joleon Lescott into a move to Ibrox.
Jamie Carragher has suggested there could be signs of a rift between West Ham United manager Slaven Bilic and one of his players.
Mauricio Pochettino should consider mixing up his side when Tottenham Hotspur host the Eagles at the weekend.
HITC Sport understands Toffees want to keep influential Irishman
Celtic-owned Michael Duffy played for Dundee against Glasgow Rangers in the Scottish Premiership at the weekend.
The Watford right-back did not even make their 25-man squad but he could be a star at Ibrox.
The Argentines are catching up whilst Lamela recuperates from injury in the Italian capital.
Leeds United are reportedly keen on Bournemouth attacker Lewis Grabban.
Paul Merson suggests that Tottenham Hotspur should make a move for West Bromwich Albion’s Saido Berahino in the January transfer window.
Tottenham Hotspur have swooped to land Maximus Tainio - the son of former Spurs midfielder Teemu Tainio.
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The Standard Liege attacker should have been pictured in Everton blue by now. As it stands, he is still in Belgium as talks continue to stall.
Swansea City have been linked with a move for Norwich City left-back Martin Olsson, which could present Wolverhampton Wanderers with a signing opportunity.
HITC Sport understands that Boro are close on a double deal, while Crystal Palace are nearing a loan signing and two Championship sides are battling for a Riverside forward.
Sam Byram joined West Ham United from Leeds United in January 2016.
Spurs failed to get into gear until changes were made against Everton.
If ever there was an athlete to put a smile on a nation’s face, it surely was Nicola Adams. But the most effervescent member of the Great Britain Olympic squad had to bite down hard on her gumshield here on Tuesday to secure at least a bronze with a one-fight passage through to the semi-finals.