Finally, the new boy is part of the gang!
Chelsea have completed two deals so far, signing Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner from Ajax and RB Leipzig respectively. While Werner hasn't yet joined up with his new club, Ziyech has started acclimatizing with His new environment.
He has been training alone since joining up with Chelsea, and he was even at the Stadium for the game against Norwich at Stamford Bridge, and he was pictured with his new teammates in the dressing room after the 1-0 win.
And now, he's started training with them!
On Thursday, Chelsea new boy Hakim Ziyech was pictured training with his new teammates for the first time. Ziyech still cannot play with the team in their remaining Premier League, FA cup or Champions League matches, and would have to wait for the start of the 2020/21 season to take to the pitch for his new team.
But after days of solitary training, he's finally taking part in drills and team tactical training with his new teammates at Cobham, as they prepare for the FA Cup semifinal against Manchester United at Wembley.
Here are pictures of Ziyech participating in team training for the first time:
Looking sharp, Hakim! Blues fans, your thoughts?
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