Thiago Silva was seen played a kickabout soccer practice with his son Isago da Silva and Lago da Silva as Blues star working on his fitness ahead of return to Cobham next week.
The 36-year-old, who joined the Champions League holder from Paris Saint-Germain last summer on a free transfer, return to London earlier this week for preparations of the new campaign.
After taking part on international duty with Brazil at the Copa America, with the Selecao reach the final stage before missing out the trophy to their local rival Argentina, Silva spent his little break with his family before heading back to London this week.
After return to London alongside his family, Silva seen working on his fitness, by taking part in kickabout soccer practice with his two lovely son Isago da Silva and Lago da Silva.
The Blues star showcasing a lot of lovely strike but his first son Isago da Silva, who behind the goalpost denied his father several times before finally broken the deadlock with amazing goal.
Silva, expected to return to Cobham as early as possible next week, and is totally rule out to take part in The Mind Series tournament as Blues trip to Emirates to lock horns with Arsenal on Sunday afternoon before welcome Tottenham Hotspur to Stamford Bridge on Wednesday evening.
Following a successful debut campaign in England, Silva was rewarded with a new contract at Stamford Bridge and will be playing his football in London next season.
However, Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has hinted that the Brazilian veterans defender may not be ready to start the season following his holiday.
‘I’m always happy if Thiago goes for a holiday and comes back with us for pre-season because at his age he needs a certain amount of training to play in an intense league like the Premier League,’Tuchel told the official Chelsea website.
‘So now we will have a bit of a delay in his personal season when he comes back late from the Copa.
‘I was a bit sad when they couldn’t win at home against Argentina but I hope it’s not too big a setback. He won it last time and he was a big part of it again, and of course he played a fantastic role in our half a year and hopefully he can conserve the spirit and the quality and the level of fitness.’
The 36-year-old defender has previously outlined his desire to play at the top level until the age of 40 as he will be looking to earn another contract at Chelsea following upcoming campaign.