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Chelsea: Tomori Eager to Face Abraham, Rudiger Talks About Bayern Transfer Rumors, Tribute to Pedro

Fikayo Tomori

Former Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori recently said that he is looking forward to playing against compatriot Tammy Abraham in the clash between Jose Mourinho’s AS Roma and Luciano Pioli’s AC Milan. He admitted that all hands are on deck with regards to preparing for the match next week and he is more than happy to take on Abraham in that particular fixture.

These two players rose through the ranks of Chelsea’s Academy and they are making quite a mark in the football world. Both have really impressed in the Serie A, deservedly earning positive acclaim from fans, pundits, and critics alike. The highly-anticipated match will be played next weekend on Saturday as both clubs seek to collect all three points to move them further up the table.

Antonio Rudiger

Chelsea behemoth Antonio Rudiger has said that he was very flattered by rumors linking him to a switch to Bayern Munich if talks to extend his tenure at Chelsea fail to sail through. He said that being a German player, playing for Bayern Munich is a big dream and he hopes that someday he would be able to play for the Bavarians before he retires.

Bayern Munich have been keeping a close eye on the defender and plans to snatch him from Chelsea’s grasp are underway. Chelsea are incessantly pushing for a deal agreement but the defender wants some specific reassurances to be attached to his contract. Marina Granovskaia is overseeing the negotiations and the odds of turning down an offer from her are very minimal if there’s any.

Pedro Gonzalez

Chelsea fans have appreciated Pedro’s contribution to the club as he turned 34 today. The Spanish attacker was well known for his pace as well as prolificacy. He was a regular starter for both Maurizio Sarri and Antonio Conte between the years 2013 and 2017. Now he is a Lazio player under the management of Maurizio Sarri.

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