Tomori enrolls for degree course

first_imgRelatedPosts Lampard: I still have confidence in Tomori Rennes want Fikayo Tomori, £25m for Mendy Lampard: Tomori won’t leave Chelsea Chelsea and England defender Fikayo Tomori has revealed that he doesn’t play video games with his teammates as he is studying for a business management degree.Tomori has broken into the Chelsea side this season and earned his first senior England call-up for the games against Czech Republic and Bulgaria.However, while many players relax by playing games such as FIFA and Fortnite in their spare time, Tomori is busy preparing for a career after football.Tomori said: “Everyone is gaming. I’m not much of a gamer, I let them get on with it, but there’s a lot of FIFA and Fortnite going on.“Football is not going to go on forever.“When I retire — or God forbid get an injury — then I have something I’m working towards and that can stand me in good stead for the future.”The 21-year-old revealed that he spends around eight to 10 hours a week studying for a business management degree at the Open University.He said: “I’m reading leadership in business, that’s the current topic. I spend maybe about eight or 10 hours a week, something like that.“I’m reading all the time, trying to learn new things. I haven’t got the books (at St George’s Park) but I can do it online, so I can see whatever I need to see on there.”Tomori hopes to complete the degree next year but admits he hasn’t had much time to read his books while on international duty.He said: “I’ve had a little look at my books. Obviously it’s the first few days so I’ve tried not to look at that too much and be focused on the football.“But when I do have free time I can look at them.“I like to spend time with the boys, which is important, and have a bit of fun.“But at night before I’m going to bed or whatever, I might have a look over it.”—  Tags: Fikayo Tomorilast_img read more