In the video, Chelsea and Spain teammate, Cesc Fabregas - who has been enjoying some downtime on the beach with family - joined in from afar, adding a comment to the rolling text conversation, a simple "Bobo".
While Chelsea's first team squad prepare to fly to the Far East for their tour of Singapore and China, Diego Costa is partying hard in Brazil.
"The best moment of this season was picking the trophy up because for months and months leading up to that, you're at home telling your wife and kids 'I want this badly' for loads of reasons", he said.
But though the arrival of two of the most highly rated young players in world football is a positive step in terms of Chelsea's immediate improvement as a side, their respective moves have also necessitated the departure of Chelsea youth graduates Nathan Ake and Nathaniel Chalobah.
Morata would slot into that No9 role perfectly and probably do it more justice than Costa as he combines pace and strength with intelligence and finesse.
"He will fit in the system".
Furthermore, the Spaniard despite being only 24, is already in the winning habit, securing a total of 13 major trophies during his time with Madrid and Juventus.
"This year is a special market, we can see that it's very tough".
"He showed to be before a great man and then a great player".
"You sit quietly and work hard all season until you get to a point where you have done what you set out to achieve and you have got that feeling back that you wanted".
The striker had earlier revealed that he received an SMS from Conte informing him that he won't be the in his plans for next season.
The Telegraph have suggested they are keeping their options open and are happy to bide their time. AC Milan are known to be interested in the Torino striker and Belotti is a self-proclaimed Rossoneri fan.