Several Chelsea players have been called-up for international duty including Tammy Abraham and Mason Mount who have been named in England squad.
The pair have been included in the 23-man squad for England’s UEFA Nations League fixtures against Iceland (Saturday, September 5) and Denmark (Tuesday, September 8) next month.
Abraham ended the 2019/20 season as Chelsea’s top scorer with 18 goals in all competitions despite his an injury spell prior to the Premier League restart.
The 22-year-old has had four England senior caps since making his debut in 2017 and scored his first senior goal in November last year against Montenegro.
While Mount, who has bagged eight goals and five assists for the Blues this season, made his senior England debut in a win over Bulgaria in September last year and has made six appearances under Gareth Southgate.
He scored his first senior goal in a win over Kosovo in Euros qualifying round in November.
The two could play against Chelsea teammate Andreas Christensen who has been named in Denmark squad to for their fixtures against Belgium and England.
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While several other Chelsea players have also been called-up for the Nations League, including Ethan Ampadu for Wales’ fixtures against Finland and Bulgaria and Timo Werner for Germany’s fixtures against Spain and Switzerland alongside Antonio Rudiger.