Check Out The Countries That Have At least One Footballer Playing At Chelsea


Since the coming of Roman Abramovich in 2003 and the arrival of Jose Mourinho a year later, Chelsea has evolved from a mid table team to one of the best clubs in world football.

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Under the ownership of the Russian Billionaire, the London club have been able to afford some of the best players in the world who came and became part of the club's history.

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Playing for Chelsea is one privilege plenty of players look forward to and now that they are European champions, there's no doubt that a number of footballers will jump at the chance to put on the blue jersey.

However, looking at the current Chelsea squad, it is encapsulated with players from different nationalities.

Without further ado, take a look at the countries that have at least one footballer playing at Chelsea.

1- Players From Germany

Timo Werner

Antonio Rudiger

Kai Havertz

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2- Players From England

Mason Mount

Reece James

Tammy Abraham

Callum Hudson-Odoi

Ross Barkley

Danny Drinkwater

Ben Chilwell

Ruben Loftus-Cheek

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3- Players From Spain

Cesar Azpilicueta

Kepa Arrizabalaga

Marcos Alonso

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4- Players From France

N'golo Kante

Kurt Zouma

Tiémoué Bakayoko

5- Players From Italy


Emerson Palmeiri

Davide Zappacosta

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6- Player From Belgium

Michy Batshuayi

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7- Player From USA

Christian Pulisic

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8- Player From Morroco

Hakim Ziyech

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9- Players From Brazil

Thiago Silva


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10- Player From Senegal

Edouard Mendy

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11- Player From Croatia

Mateo Kovacic

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12- Player From Denmark

Andreas Christensen

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The aforementioned statistics reveals that 12 countries have players represented in Chelsea's first team squad with England boasting the highest number of players (8).

However, one won't be surprise to see more additions and departures in the squad owing to the fact that the transfer window is still very much open.

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