Chelsea Players Spotted Leaving Nightclub In Early Hours Ahead Of West Ham Game

Chelsea players made the most out of their weekend without a fixture by enjoying a night out on Thursday evening.

A number of Blues players were spotted leaving Raffles nightclub in Chelsea in the early hours as they prepare for their huge Premier League clash with London rivals West Ham on Monday night.

Defender Gary Cahill was the first player spotted leaving at around 1:30am, closely followed by young duo Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Ethan Ampadu, who only turned 18 last September.

Out-of-favour midfielder Danny Drinkwater was spotted leaving with two women at 1:40am, clambering into a taxi with the blonde and brunette, whilst stylish striker Olivier Giroud stayed until around 2:25am.

It was England midfielder Ross Barkley who made the most out of his night, however, as he left with a female companion just after 5am clutching a bottle of water.

The Raffles is a recently reopened private members club previously known as being a favoured destination for Prince William and Kate Middleton.

They were happy to welcome the Blues players to their swanky bar as they let off some steam ahead of a crucial run-in as they fight to secure a Champions League return ahead of next season.

There were a wide range of fashion choices on display from the Blues stars, with former Arsenal star Giroud looking typically sharp in a leather jacket whilst Loftus-Cheek went for a more casual approach donning a Floyd Mayweather hoody and ripped jeans.

Drinkwater, who has not played for the Blues this season, wore a black jacket over a Givenchy t-shirt whilst Barkley was seen in a Boston Red Sox baseball jacket.

Emerson Palmieri is also understood to have been on the night out in London.

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2 comments

  1. Interesting article, seems Ross Barkley, left with not one but two women!…

    Nothing against the boys having a night out on the town, as long as they produce the results on the pitch

    What are your views on this?

    Like

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