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Chelsea defender Reece James had marked Chelsea’s Champions League trophy success from last season with a tattoo of the trophy.
Mason Mount Mount also recently joined his teammate to crest a tattoo of the much coveted trophy on his body.
Taking to his Instagram page, the Cobham graduate explained his decision to get the tattoo, which pictures a dragon holding the coveted Champions League trophy.
“It’s hard to put into words, I’d say. It’s something you dream of as a kid,” Mount said.
“You win, win and win and get closer and closer and it starts to become more visual and you can see it.
“That feeling of all those years of hard work has come to this moment and then you do it, it is special.
“It is something you dream of for a long time, and then you finally do it.”
And now, Chelsea left-back Ben Chilwell has joined the club of getting a tattoo to mark the Champions League victory.
Surely, Chelsea fans will be keen on seeing the players draw a Premier League tattoo at the end of this season. With the season at its midway stage, the Premier League title is the biggest desire of the Chelsea fans, and it’s been four years since Chelsea last won the league, with Manchester City and Liverpool dominating the league in recent years.