Chelsea talents Fiyako Tomori and Tammy Abraham are in negotiations over new five-year contracts, after being granted prominent roles under new manager Frank Lampard.
The Blues chief has been unafraid to blood the younger members of his roster in the early stages of the 2019-20 term, with Abraham standing out the most for his stunning goals tally.
The 22-year-old star has netted nine goals in eleven appearances across all competitions, appearing as a genuine contender for the Golden Boot in the English top-flight.
Tomori, meantime, has featured in six games and looks right at home in the heart of the Blues defence, earning widespread praise from experts and fans.
The Blues pair were both handed England call-ups for upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers and they are now also set to be given for their great start under Lampard with fresh long-term deals at the Bridge.
According to Sky Sports, Chelsea’s talks with the two stars are progressing well, with an official agreement expected in the coming weeks.
Fans will hope that Abraham’s prolific form continues, with Frank’s men currently sitting seventh in the PL table and ten points behind leaders Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool.
Chelsea have looked vulnerable at the back this campaign, but Tomori has helped to shore up the back four since coming in to cover for Antonio Rudiger while the star recovered from injury.
Frank’s vision is slowly coming together at the club and the continued presence of both players will be vital to his side’s chances of finishing in the Top 4.