Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers says winger Harvey Barnes needs surgery on a knee injury suffered in Sunday’s defeat by Arsenal.
The England international could now be out for up to six weeks, adding to Leicester’s injury problems this term.
“I just spoke to the doctor. That’ll be a huge blow for us,” said Rodgers.
The Foxes were already without the influential James Maddison, fellow midfielder Dennis Praet, forward Ayoze Perez and defenders Wesley Fofana, Wes Morgan and James Justin before losing Barnes.
“It’s been unfortunate but it’s the uniqueness of the season. We haven’t cried about it all season, we’re not going to start now,” Rodgers told BBC Match of the Day.
“We have to find a way with the players that we have. The players have been on a brilliant run over the course of the season. Twelve games to go, those influential players are out.
“The challenge is to find a way to keep going.”