Since Hakim Ziyech's transfer was confirmed in February from Ajax, every Chelsea fan had longed to see him in action for the blues. Though that wasn't to come soon as he didn't arrive England till several months later and didn't get to train till a few days ago. The wait seems to be coming to an end.
Well relatively. Hakim Ziyech has been training in isolation since his arrival and wasn't seen with his new teammates till Tuesday after a 1-0 win over Norwich at Stamford bridge.
After a few personal training sessions the 27 year old winger is now deemed fit enough to train with the team and trained with them today.
Although he won't get to play the remaining champions league games of the season for the blues (really seems like they have just 1 more game though). He seems really pleased to be at the club as he disclosed in an interview released earlier today. Ziyech said he has always looked up to Didier Drogba, Frank Lampard and John Terry as a kid and would do everything he can to make the fans happy.
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