Mason Mount and Thiago Silva appeared to be delighted after pair alongside Reece James, Ben Chilwell and Italy duo Jorginho and Emerson return to Cobham for pre-season campaign on Monday morning.
The Blues pair, who were involved in finals of summer international tournaments, pay visit to Cobham training base for the first time since end of last campaign and is alot of positive vibes as Jorginho, Emerson, James and Chilwell also made returned.
Mount was heavily involved for England at Euro 2020 as was Jorginho for Italy and Silva for Brazil at Copa America, James played a fair amount as well, while Emerson stepped up for the Azzurri following Leonardo Spinazzola’s injury and Chilwell didn’t see any match action.
Jorginho, Emerson, Mount, James, Chilwell and Silva arrive at Cobham today, means every member of the first-team squad now back in training, as Thomas Tuchel’s men prepared for Wednesday’s clash against Tottenham Hotspur in the Mind Series mini pre-season tournament.
The Blues are maintain their 100 per cent form after make it three wins from three pre-season with their latest one was 2-1 win over London rivals Arsenal at Emirates on Sunday afternoon.
Kai Havertz returned to the side and netted in the first-half with an excellent finish into the roof of the net before Tammy Abraham sealed the win after slotting home from the edge of the box, restoring the lead after Granit Xhaka equalised with a header just after the hour mark in north London.
Following the appeared at Cobham on Monday morning, Mason Mount and Thiago Silva took their Instagram account to showcase exciting face and send lovely message to Blues fans across the continent.
Mason, who scored nine goals and provided nine assists in 54 appearances across all competitions for Chelsea last season, wrote: ‘@chelseafc… we’re at it again! while Silva: ‘ Como é bom estar de volta So good to be back ’.
Despite Silva, Mount and remaining named were mentioned above return to Cobham on Monday morning, all of them likely to missed Wednesday clash against Spur but expected to be in selection when Chelsea face Villarreal in the UEFA Super Cup final at Windsor Park in Belfast on August 11.
Reece James, also using the opportunities to showcase his new tattoo done in celebration of the Chelsea’s Champions League triumph.