Tammy Abraham, Fikayo Tomori Hang Out With Davido In Dubai

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The first Premier League winter break started this week after a busy festive period and some players have started enjoying their break before their clubs start training. Chelsea duo of Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori were spotted partying in the United Arab Emirates with Nigerian singer Davido in a Dubai nightclub on Sunday evening.

Abraham and Tomori were seen dancing and partying with girls during the after party of the singer’s brother’s wedding in Dubai. Since the beginning of the season, both players have been an integral part of Frank Lampard’s side. The duo jet off to Dubai after Chelsea’s 2-2 draw with Leicester City on Saturday.

Chelsea won’t be playing until the 17th February when they host Manchester United in the Premier League. The break will give both players time to recover for the second half of the season and play a major role in England’s preparations for the 2020 European Championships in June. Abraham leads Chelsea top scorer list with 15 goals, while Tomori has featured 14 times in the league this season before been benched by Lampard since the return of Antoni Rudiger.

Leicester City midfielder James Maddison is also chilling in Dubai with Kieran Gibbs’ twin brother Jaydon. The midfielder, who is set to sign a new deal, has been exceptional for the Foxes this seaon. He has also helped Brendan Rodgers’s side climb to third on the league table. Leicester’s next match in the Premier League is a trip to high-flying Wolverhampton Wanderers on Friday 14th February.

Manchester United defender Diogo Dalot and Arsenal midfielder Lucas Torreira are also cooling off in Dubai before their clubs began their training. United will also be taking part in warm weather training in Spain and not joining Premier League rivals Arsenal in Dubai.

Torreira will be joined by the rest of the Arsenal first-team on Thursday as the Gunners are set to chart a new course and return back to winning ways when they head back to the Emirates Stadium this month.