Chelsea's first competitive game in the 2021/22 football season would be the UEFA Super cup clash against Villarreal on the 11 of August. They would be facing the Europa League winners after been crowned the champions of Europe last season. After the international tournaments that took place this summer, and a much needed short break given to the players, some players are already returning back to the club to join the team for Pre-season training ahead of the new season.
Chelsea football club welcomed back nine of their first team players to pre-season preparations yesterday, The nine players reported back at Cobham during yesterday's afternoon training session and were warmly welcomed by the coaching staff led by Thomas Tuchel. The players included, Kai Havertz, Kurt Zouma, Ngolo Kante, Mateo Kovacic, Tiemoue Bakayoko, Antonio Rudiger, Kenedy, Mitchy Batshuanyi.
Just yesterday, 9 Chelsea players joined the rest of the squad in the Republic of Ireland as the Blues continue their training ahead of next season. The players who arrived yesterday were those who took part in international duties and some players who were on loan last season.
English Premier League giants Chelsea football club have reacted after some of their star players returned to the full training ahead of the new season. The likes of Antonio Rüdiger, Kai Havertz and Timo Werner represent Germany national team in the just concluded Euro 2020, and they were able to guide the team to the round of 16 of the competition.
Chelsea football club first team players who have been enjoying an extended holiday returned to full training session today at Cobham. Players such as Timo Werner, Kai Havertz, Kurt Zouma, Ngolo Kante, Kenedy, Tiemoue Bakayoko, Antonio Rudiger and Mateo Kovacic where seen walking into Cobham training for this afternoon train session.
Chelsea have reportedly set their sights on signing Paris Saint-Germain star, Presnel Kimpepe this summer according to French outlet, L’Equipe. Thomas Tuchel is looking to bolster his squad ahead of the new campaign, with new additions needed to keep his side competitive following their Champions League success last season.
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.
Yesterday being Saturday, 24th July 2021 most Chelsea senior team players resumed training after the end of the Euro2020 tournament. Players that returned to training yesterday include the likes of German trio Kai Harvertz, Timo Werner and Antonio Rudiger. Croatian Midfielder Matteo Kovacic, French players Kurt Zouma and N'golo Kante also returned to training as well.
Chelsea's pre-season moved into phase two as several first-team stars returned from their holidays to begin training under Thomas Tuchel. Various reports suggest that Thomas Tuchel has spent the first fortnight working with a group largely consisting of players who spent last season out on loan, academy graduates returning from long-term injuries and illnesses, and a clutch of regular senior players, including Tammy Abraham, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Edouard Mendy, Marcos Alonso, Christian Pulisic, Hakim Ziyech.
Chelsea Football Club keep making the mistake of selling their best young players, which is hard to understand because they obviously need these players. According to a report by David Ornstein (a football correspondent for The Athletic UK), Crystal Palace have agreed a deal with Chelsea for their young center back Marc Guehi.
Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel along with his coaching staff led today's training session at Cobham. It's the second time the Chelsea head coach is being in charge of the training session after he did the same yesterday. The players present in today's session were more than 15 as Chelsea prepared for the friendly game scheduled to be played on Saturday.
Chelsea have agreed a deal with Crystal Palace for the sale of Marc Guehi, who is one of their best young defenders. The 21 year old center back impressed on loan at Swansea in the Championship last season, and was expected to join Thomas Tuchel's first team this term as back up to Silva, Rudiger, Azpilicueta and Christensen.
Paris Saint-Germain defender Presnel Kimpembe could be forced to stage an exit from Ligue 1 giants this summer and it is Chelsea who is lining up an ambitious offer for the highly-rated France international. The arrival of the veteran central defender Sergio Ramos at PSG earlier this summer has laid a threat to Kimpembe’s role in the starting XI for the Parisians and talk of his exit has gained ground as of late
Chelsea international stars which include Timo Werner, Kai Havertz, Antonio Rudiger, N’golo Kante, Mateo Kovacic, Michy Batshuayi, Kurt Zouma, Tiemoue Bakayoko and Kenedy all reported for Chelsea's Pre-Season training at cobham today. Numbers are continuing to grow at Cobham, with the full squad almost reunited ahead of the new season.
Photo Credit: thesun.com Fabrizio Romano has confirmed that Erling Haaland remains the number one striker target for Chelsea this summer. Chelsea will look to sell 3 to 4 players to balance the books if they choose to bid €175 million for the Norwegian striker. - Tammy Abraham The English striker is said to be keen on a move to West Ham.
Thomas Tuchel and his Chelsea team have been busy preparing for the new season slated to begin on the 14th of August. Although the Blues will face Villarreal in the Super Cup on 11th of August. Bearing in mind that Chelsea has less than a month before the season kicks off, the West London side has received a boost in their preparation for the new campaign.
Chelsea fans should be angry with their club after they let go of yet another promising young player. According to reports by The Athletic UK, Chelsea have agreed a deal for the sale of Marc Guehi to EPL rivals Crystal Palace for a cheap fee of £20 million.
•Photo Credit: Sport Mole Kurt Zouma kicked off his career at Chelsea at an early age. He played with some experienced defenders in the Chelsea defense. Talking about John Terry and the likes of David Luis and Cahill. However, Zouma seems not to have learned much from these players.
It's no longer news that Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has made his intention to leave the club this summer after getting frustrated with the Club's inability to win silverware throughout his time at the club. Recent reports have emerged that might indicate that Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy might be more interested in Chelsea’s proposal for Harry Kane over one from Manchester City.
A lot of people find it hard to believe that Chelsea is yet to complete the signing of any player this summer despite how active they have been in the transfer window. Marina Granovskaia has made it quite clear that she will ensure that Thomas Tuchel's transfer targets are signed to increase the quality of the squad.