Abraham flying in Rome but Caballero clubless: Rating the 43 players who left Chelsea this summer

Fikayo Tomori is playing well in Italy but Willy Caballero is still without a club.

<p>AS Roma’s British forward Tammy Abraham celebrates after Roma’s French midfielder Jordan Veretout (unseen) scored (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP) (Photo by ALBERTO PIZZOLI/AFP via Getty Images)</p>

AS Roma’s British forward Tammy Abraham celebrates after Roma’s French midfielder Jordan Veretout (unseen) scored (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP) (Photo by ALBERTO PIZZOLI/AFP via Getty Images)

Chelsea are top of the league after seven games and going from strength to strength under Thomas Tuchel.

After winning the Champions League in Porto last summer the Blues added additional ammunition to their squad.

But some players also left to pursue their career elsewhere, so LondonWorld brings you ratings of how those who left Stamford Bridge are bedding in.

Fikayo Tomori of AC Milan looks on during the Serie A match between Atalanta BC v AC Milan (Photo by Marco Luzzani/Getty Images)

Fikayo Tomori: AC Milan - £25m

Fikayo Tomori is enjoying life in the Serie A and has helped Milan to a strong start in the league, with the club second in the league table.

His strong form has also earned him a recall into the England national team for this month’s World Cup qualifiers against Andorra and Hungry.

This is his first England call in two years and proof that there is life after Chelsea.

Rating: 7

Olivier Giroud of AC Milan reacts during the Serie A match (Photo by Gabriele Maltinti/Getty Images)

Olivier Giroud: AC Milan - undisclosed

Olivier Giroud left Chelsea this summer for Milan and scored in his second game against Cagliari, before suffering a knee injury.

He has since missed four league and two Champions League games. Reports in Italy say he will be back after thei international break.

Rating: 5

Victor Moses of Spartak Moskva kicks the ball during the UEFA Europa League (Photo by Francesco Pecoraro/Getty Images)

Victor Moses: Spartak Moscow - £4.5m

Victor Moses is not pulling trees in the Russian league at the moment.

He has eight games in his legs but no goal or assists yet.

Rating: 4

Southampton's English defender Tino Livramento shoots but fails to score during the English Premier League football (Photo by GLYN KIRK/AFP via Getty Images)

Tino Livramento: Southampton - £5m

The 18-year-old has been a massive success so far at the St Mary’s and has featured in all the seven Premier League games so far.

His best performance came against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge over the weekend, when he lured a penalty out of Ben Chilwell.

Southampton eventually lost 3-1 but Livramento would have been proud of his performance.

Rating: 7

Lewis Bate of Chelsea and Elliot Thorpe of Tottenham Hotspur compete for the ball during the Premier League (Photo by Justin Setterfield/Getty Images) (Photo by Justin Setterfield/Getty Images)

Lewis Bate: Leeds United - undisclosed

The youngster has been with the U-23 set up since signing this summer and will be hoping to get a chance into the first team soon.

Rating: 4

Luke McCormick of AFC Wimbledon acknowledges the fans after the Sky Bet League (Photo by Alex Davidson/Getty Images)

Luke McCormick: AFC Wimbledon - undisclosed

Luke McCormick has gone straight into the Wimbledon team and gone to work with 10 games and two goals to show for it so far.

Rating: 5

Myles Peart-Harris of Brentford runs with the ball during the Carabao Cup Third Round (Photo by Alex Burstow/Getty Images)

Myles Peart-Harris: Brentford - undisclosed

Myles Peart-Harris has gone into the junior team at Brentford and will be hoping to get a chance in the first team at some point.

Rating: 3

Dynel Brown Kembo Simeu of Southampton FC applauds the fans (Photo by James Chance/Getty Images)

Dynel Simeu: Southampton - undisclosed

Dynel Simeu has been playing with the B team set-up and patiently hoping for an opportunity to jump into the first team.

Rating: 3

Marc Guehi of Crystal Palace during the Premier League match between West Ham United (Photo by Eddie Keogh/Getty Images)

Marc Guehi: Crystal Palace - undisclosed fee

Marc Guehi has gone straight into the Palace team and established himself as one of the pillars of Patrick Vieira’s exciting set-up.

The Eagles have only won once but are yet to lose a game at home.

Guehi is looking like a man who is enjoying his football and it’s just a matter of time before he is being talked of as a potential new England centre-back.

Rating: 6.5

AS Roma’s British forward Tammy Abraham celebrates after Roma’s French midfielder Jordan Veretout (unseen) scored (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP) (Photo by ALBERTO PIZZOLI/AFP via Getty Images)

Tammy Abraham: AS Roma - £34m

Tammy Abraham’s move to Roma has already got him back to the England national team.

Four goals in his first 10 appearances and six shots that hit the woodwork is enough evidence that the hitman is enjoying his time in Rome.

Rating: 6.5

Davide Zappacosta of Atalanta BC in action during the Serie A match between Atalanta BC v AC Milan (Photo by Marco Luzzani/Getty Images)

Davide Zappacosta: Atalanta - £8.5m

The full-back has gone and made Atalanta his home with six appearances and a goal to show for it.

Rating: 6.5

Ike Ugbo of Chelsea scores his sides first goal during the FA Youth Cup (Photo by Jan Kruger/Getty Images)

Ike Ugbo: Genk - £5m

Ike Ugbo has two goals in six games since moving to Genk and his overall play has been impressive. One to keep an eye out for the future.

Rating: 6

Kurt Zouma: West Ham - £29.8m

Zouma has played in three league games and a couple Europa League ties so far.

As usual, very dependable and a great addition to West Ham.

Rating: 6

Pierre Ekwah Elimby: West Ham - undisclosed

Pierre Ekwah Elimby was signed for the academy and hasn’t been given a chance at first team football yet.

Rating: 3

Charlie Wiggett: Newcastle United - undisclosed

Charlie Wiggett has gone straight into the U-23 team and will be hoping that he gets some first team opportunities soon.

Rating: 3

Danilo Pantic: Partizan Belgrade - undisclosed

After a few loan deals away, Danilo Pantic seems to be loving life in Belgrade and has played six times with a goal to show for it.

Rating: 6

Marcel Lewis: Union Saint-Gilloise - free

The youngster quit Chelsea this summer and reports are that he even turned down offers from the Championship to move abroad.

He is yet to play with reports that he picked up an injury in training.

Rating: 3

Billy Gilmour: Norwich City - loan

Billy Gilmour has played four times for struggling Norwich and he’s shown glimpses of his talent but Norwich are yet to record a win this season and confidence is low across the team.

Rating: 4

Conor Gallagher: Crystal Palace - loan

Conor Gallagher has been the best player at Palace this season and easily the best performing player to have departed Chelsea this summer.

He’s scored two and assisted another two but his overall performances have been nothing short of brilliant.

Rating: 7

Armando Broja: Southampton - loan

Broja has played four league games so far but has no goal to show for it yet.

He is looking good and getting Premier League games, so for a 20-year-old that will always be a good sign.

Rating: 4

Kenedy: Flamengo - loan

Serial loanee Kenedy has gone back home to Flamengo, where he’s played three games with no goals or assists.

Rating: 4

Nathan Baxter: Hull City - loan

The goalkeeper left for Hull this summer but is still yet to make his debut.

Rating: 3

Henry Lawrence: AFC Wimbledon - loan

Henry has been enjoying game time at Wimbledon, featuring in 10 games so far.

Rating: 4

Levi Colwill: Huddersfield Town - loan

The 18-year-old defender has played eight games and scored a goal for Huddersfield Town already.

Rating: 6

Jamie Cumming: Gillingham - loan

Cumming is the first choice goalkeeper at Gillingham and has been between the posts for all the 11 league games so far.

Rating: 6

Juan Castillo: Birmingham City - loan

Juan Castillo moved to Birmingham and has featured only once since in the Championship.

Rating: 3

Jake Clarke-Salter: Coventry City - loan

Jake Clarke-Salter has played nine times for Coventry already.

Rating: 5.5

Ian Maatsen: Coventry City - loan

The Netherlands midfielder has played 11 times and a goal to show for it.

Rating: 6

Matt Miazga: Alaves - loan

Miazga has played five games for Alaves already, which is more than the total number of games he played for Chelsea.

Rating: 5

Michy Batshuayi: Besiktas - loan

Batshuayi has three goals to show for his six appearances in the Turkish league and seems to be enjoying life in Istanbul.

Rating: 6.5

Emerson Palmieri: Lyon - loan

Emerson has played six league games for Lyon and already has a goal.

Rating: 6.5

Karlo Ziger: NK Rudar Velenje - loan

Karlo Ziger has moved to Slovenia with NK Rudar Velenje and is doing well with his career.

Has played three times since moving in the summer.

Rating: 4

Baba Rahman: Reading - loan

Rahman has joined Reading and his arrival has coincided with improved form for the club.

Reading are 10th n the Championship table and have won five of the six games Rahman has played in.

Rating: 6

Tiemoue Bakayoko: AC Milan - loan

Bakayoko has only played once since moving to AC Milan on loan in the summer.

Rating: 3

Danny Drinkwater: Reading - loan

The Premier League winner is hoping to re-launch his career at Reading after what has been a difficult last few years for the midfielder.

He’s played four times already this season.

Rating: 5

Dujon Sterling: Blackpool - loan

Dujon Sterling has gone to Blackpool and found a place - he’s played five times this season.

Rating: 5

Izzy Brown: Preston North End - free agent

Izzy began his career at Chelsea but left in the summer to join Preston North End. Still to get a game.

Rating: 2

Thierno Ballo: Rapid Vienna - loan

The-19-year-old striker has played only twice since joining Rapid Vienna this summer.

Rating: 3

Ethan Ampadu: Venezia - loan

Rating: 3

Marco van Ginkel: PSV - free agent

Van Ginkel has been at Chelsea since 2013 and left after the expiration of his contract this summer.

He has joined PSV  and played five games and scored a goal.

Rating: 5

Jack Wakely: Wycombe Wanderers - free agent

Jack Wakely left Chelsea this summer and joined his hometown club Wycombe Wanderers, but he hasn’t featured so far.

Rating: 2

Jamal Blackman: LAFC - free agent

Blackman had been at Chelsea since 2012 but left this summer to join Los Angeles FC, where he’s played twice already.

Rating: 3.5

Willy Caballero: free agent

The goalkeeper has been a free agent since leaving Chelsea in the summer.

Rating: 0