The Blues are back in action after the long wait with just few stars returned yet for the pre-season
Chelsea are already fired up for the coming season as they kick start Pre-Season preparations today while in a busy transfer window.
Not all Chelsea players are back yet with Mason Mount, Ben Chilwell, Reece James, Emerson Palmieri and Jorginho all in line for Euro2020 final action after England and Italy made it into the final.
Below are 4 things Spotted as Chelsea trained today;
1. Less Turn Up
Many of the Chelsea players are probably still having good time off at their homes as just Tammy Abraham, Hudson Odoi and Tino Livramento returned first for the pre-season.
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The three players trained alongside each other with high hopes and excitements ahead of the new season.
Tino Livramento is expected to fully become a member of the senior team in the coming season and retuning on time wasn’t a bad idea.
Callum Hudson-Odoi also did return on time after his tour to his root country, Ghana.
According to reports, Marcos Alonso is set to return this afternoon while the rest of team prepare to return too.
2. A Dedicated Tammy Abraham
The English striker has been linked lately to an exit deal to both West Ham United and Aston Villa due to his struggles in the past season.
Thomas Tuchel dumped Abraham for Timo Werner and Olivier Giroud but the academy product managed to stay at the noticable part of the season goal ranks.
Despite so many controversies and rumors about his future, the 23-year-old appeared more focus on fighting for his place in the squad.
Abraham has netted 30 times in all of his 82 games for the Blues and hopes to add to his tally in the following season.
3. Tino Anjorin Eager To Be A Regular
Anjorin clearly can’t wait to be part of regular in Thomas Tuchel’s main squad and is determined to prove his durability during Tuchel’s evaluation process.
It’s clear there are higher chances he will be included but it now boils down to his performance of which he clearly knows.
Chelsea aren’t involved in signing new players this season as Tuchel has only pushed to see what the loan players can offer before making transfer decisions.
4. No Sign Of Our Newly Signed Striker
Armando Broja will become Chelsea’s new striker after spending a full season on loan to Vitesse.
The 19-year-old has only made one appearance for Chelsea since been promoted in 2020.
With 10 goals in 30 games, Tuchel believes handing him a try in the front role won’t be a bad option.
Although already back in London, Armando Broja wasn’t seen in the training today probably he is busy with his paper works as Chelsea are yet to announce his extension officially.