Tottenham made this known in a statement on its official website on Friday.
Mourinho’s side head to the game following a 1-0 defeat to RB Leipzig in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday.
“Four players remain sidelined as we build-up to Saturday lunchtime’s clash with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge,” a club statement read.
“There’s encouraging news on midfielder Moussa Sissoko, though, who has commenced on-field rehabilitation after undergoing knee surgery recently.
“Defender Juan Foyth, meanwhile, is in the late stages of conditioning following a groin injury.
“Moussa and Juan remain out, alongside Harry Kane, who is continuing rehabilitation from his hamstring injury, and Heung-Min Son, who is recovering following arm surgery.”
Kick-off for the match is 1:30 pm, Nigerian time.
Affairsofnaija Reports (AON)