Chelsea newest addition, Hakim Ziyech has shown signs of good things to come in his latest training with the main squad.
He was actually all over the place and never looked out of sorts, being very active in build-ups like he's been with the team for a very long time. Definitely he's been keeping an eye on the team even before arriving
Reports about his vision and passing range were justified as he showed glimpses of them and chemistry seems to be in place already.
Hakim seems to be relating well with his teammates as he was very close to Reece James in particular. The most annoying part of it was the way Tammy Abraham received a pass from Ziyech. It looked too unprofessional as you would wonder how Tammy has gone this bad. Click the link below to see how things panned out in training.
Chelsea face Manchester United at the Wembley stadium on Sunday as Lampard's quest for his first trophy continues.
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