More familiar players have arrived at Chelsea's training centre, initially they were mainly the youth team but now more first team players have joined the squad for their pre season training. Though players who were linked to the an exit from the club this summer are still training with the lads, when an official agreement is reached the player can now leave the training centre. Some photos can be seen below.
Players like Timo Werner, Mateo Kovacic, N'golo Kante, Kai Havertz, Antoine Rudiger, Kurt Zouma, Kennedy and others returned to Chelsea's training centre. After a short summer holiday, the German trio returned back to training weeks after they left the EUROS. Kurt Zouma and N'golo Kante's France left the EUROS quite early, it was so unexpected for France to exit the tournament in the round of sixteen in the hands of Switzerland.
The Englishmen, Mason Mount, Ben Chilwel and Reece James are yet to return to Chelsea training same as the Italians, the Spaniard and Andreas Christensen. Chelsea's training centre should be filled with their first team players by next week as they will face Villarreal in the upcoming UEFA Super Cup. Thomas Tuchel will do everything to ensure that his team win the Super Cup, it would be his second major trophy as Chelsea's manager.
Fans came out to react as top players returned to Chelsea's training ground, comments made by fans can be seen below.
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