As seen in a series of photos posted on Chelsea FC's official page, it's players were seen traveling to the city of Madrid ahead of their crucial game against La Liga defending Champions, Real Madrid tomorrow night.
The Blues are one step away from reaching the final in Istanbul but must defeat the 13-time winners and most successful side in the competition across two legs.
Star midfielder, Mateo Kovacic won't be traveling with the squad as he's still sidelined due to injuries. Some of the players spotted in the travelling squad include: goalkeeper, Eduardo Mendy, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Cristian Pulisic among others.
See photos below:
After going trophy less last season, the Blues could see themselves grabbing two trophies this season. They have set up a mouth-watering FA Cup final clash with Leicester and if they find success in the remaining cup matches of the season, the dream of winning a silverware will become actualised.
In other news relating to Chelsea FC, the London giants will boycott social media between 30 April and 3 May in response to the discriminatory abuse targeted at players and many others.
A statement by the club reads, "We are united with all in English football in saying that this cannot continue. Social media companies must do more to stop online hate."
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