FORMER Chelsea stars Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori put their Serie A rivalry aside to enjoy a trip to Beverly Hills together.
Tomori and Abraham became best pals during their younger days at Chelsea.Serie A rivals Abraham and Tomori were spotted taking a stroll in Beverly Hills[/caption] The pair both clutched water to cope in the baking LA heat[/caption] Abraham and Tomori headed to a luxury mansion complete with a jacuzzi and pool[/caption] Abraham took in the glorious view from a circular seating area[/caption]
But both players swapped Stamford Bridge for Italy last summer – signing for rival clubs.
Tomori joined AC Milan, while Abraham headed to Roma.
The Milan defender even revealed he advised Abraham to join Jose Mourinho’s side.
The pair have flourished in Italy as Tomori lifted the Serie A title with Milan and Abraham won the Europa Conference League with Roma.
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Despite spending last term as rivals, the duo were spotted getting reacquainted with one another in the glowing Beverly Hills sun.
Abraham donned a white oversized baseball jersey with ‘SUPREME’ emblazoned across the front in green, with the No22 on the back.
He completed the look with a pair of matching trainers.
Tomori opted for a pink top, white shorts and trainers, with a bulging gold watch on his wrist.
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Both stars tackled the baking LA heat with a bottle of water apiece.
After taking a relaxing stroll, they headed off to a luxury mansion featuring an outdoor pool, jacuzzi and a winding staircase.
The pair had plenty of topics to discuss during their time together, ranging from the World Cup to future transfer endeavors.
Both of the former Blues are vying for a spot in Gareth Southgate’s England squad in Qatar this winter.
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And Abraham sent Liverpool fans into a frenzy when he quipped to Reds star Trent Alexander-Arnold that he’s joining the Anfield giants while on Three Lions duty.
Abraham’s rendezvous with Tomori comes a day after he was spotted playing basketball with Jadon Sancho and Mason Mount during their US holiday.