Pedro Rodriguez has revealed that Cesc Fabregas is always the first Chelsea player to show up for training at Cobham – follow closely by Alvaro Morata.
Fabregas has developed into a key player for Chelsea since his arrival at the club from Barcelona in the summer of 2014.
The 30-year-old midfielder helped Chelsea to win the Premier League title in his first season at the club and then played a part in the Blues’ triumph under Antonio Conte last season.
Morata, meanwhile, is still adapting to life at Stamford Bridge after his arrival at the west London club from Real Madrid in the summer transfer window.
The Spanish striker has made a fine start to life in the Premier League though, with Morata having scored six goals in his first seven top flight appearances.
And Pedro has revealed that his Spain international team-mates are usually the first players to arrive for training at Cobham.
Asked who the first players at training are, Pedro told Chelsea’s website: “Cesc is probably the first to get here but Alvaro arrives quite early as well, they eat breakfast and then we all talk a bit before training starts.”
All three Spaniards will be hoping to feature for the Blues when they return to Premier League action on Saturday lunchtime with a home clash against Watford at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea have lost their last two games in the top flight.