Chelsea will kick off their pre-season with a friendly in Australia at the brand new Optus Stadium, as they take on Perth Glory on Monday 23rd July before they compete in the International Champions Cup.
Once the World Cup is over and the players begin to return from their holidays, preparation will begin for the 2018/19 campaign.
They will then face the French side on August 7 at Stamford Bridge, ahead of the Community Shield final against Manchester City at Wembley the weekend before.
The teams had originally been scheduled to face each other in Stockholm on August 4, but those plans had to be changed because FA Cup winners Chelsea play in the Community Shield that weekend.
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However, concerns over stadium availability and the Spanish club's withdrawal as a result of Europa League commitments forced a change to the schedule.
Chelsea have announced three more fixtures on the club's official website.
Chelsea will first face Inter Milan at Nice's Allianz Riviera Stadium on Saturday 28th July.
The all-Premier League clash is part of the International Champions Cup tournament, and the Stamford Bridge outfit will also take on Inter and Lyon as part of the tournament.