While Fikayo Tomori, Tammy Abraham, and Mason Mount started their career at Stamford Bridge, now only one of them is still there and the other two are in Italy with AC Milan and Roma.
emerged out of the academy system at Stamford Bridge after proving their worth in the youth ranks and in loan spells.
Now only Mount is still in west London and the other two are in Serie A. Abraham is enjoying a dream start to life under Jose Mourinho after completing a summer switch toRoma
Tomori, who moved toMilan
permanently after spending the second half of the 2020/21 season on loan, toldDAZN
"I'm happy for Tammy, we talk pretty much every day.
"When we started playing together at Chelsea we were seven years old and then we made it to the first team. When you grow up that's where you want to go, but you don't know if it will happen.
"I remember when I scored my first goal, he made a hat-trick and it was the best day of our life. Mount scored too, it was crazy. It all started from there."
Abraham has been able to score two goals through five appearances for Roma in Serie A and the Europa Conference League.
Tomori has also made four appearances for Milan, including a Champions League, start against Liverpool at Anfield.
"Now I feel great at Milan. Obviously, Chelsea have been a huge part of my life for 15 or 16 years.
"I managed to make my dreams come true: I played at Stamford Bridge, I played in the Premier League and Champions League, I made my debut with the English national team.
"Now I am very happy at Milan and I am happy with what we are doing. Now we are finally also in the Champions League and maybe we can even win it like Chelsea did."
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