Chelsea's Eden Hazard out for two weeks - Jose Mourinho

Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard will be out for a minimum of two weeks, according to Blues boss Jose Mourinho.

The 23-year-old Belgian picked a calf injury in the early stages of the 2-0 win over Paris St-Germain that put Chelsea into the Champions League semi-finals on away goals.

Chelsea's next six games

  • 13 April: Swansea (a)
  • 20 April: Sunderland (h)
  • 22/23 April: Champions League semi-final first-leg
  • 27 April: Liverpool (a)
  • 29/30 April: Champions League semi-final second-leg

"It is a calf problem, but I have no idea the dimension of his injury," said Mourinho.

"Even when they are not serious, you cannot play for a couple of weeks."

Even if Hazard is only sidelined for a fortnight, it would mean he will miss the Premier League encounters with Swansea and Sunderland.

In addition, it would make him a major doubt for the first leg of the Champions League semi-final.