Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori have been rewarded for their big start to the season with a place in the senior England squad.
The two young Chelsea ballers have been stand-out performers in the early weeks of the season and have established themselves as first-team regulars after previous seasons on loan in the Championship. It’s Tomori’s first call up to the senior side, and Abraham’s first since playing for England against Germany almost two years ago.
Abraham is the leading English goalscorer in the Premier League so far this season with seven goals, while Tomori has been an impressive presence in Chelsea’s defence – also scoring his first Premier League goal against Wolves last month.
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Abraham and Tomori join fellow Chelsea players Ross Barkley and Mason Mount in the squad for games against Czech Republic and Bulgaria, while other players in the future-facing team include Raheem Sterling, Jadon Sancho, Declan Rice, Marcus Rashford, Tyrone Mings, Joe Gomez and James Maddison.
The depth of talent in English football right now is crazy.