Hakim Ziyech has been made returned to Cobham as Thomas Tuchel’s men put through their paces at club training based on Thursday afternoon ahead of London derby clash against Arsenal.
The 27-year-old, who sustained dislocated shoulder against Villarreal in the Super Cup at Windsor Park in Belfast last weekend, quickly made return to work, as he appeared at Cobham on Thursday afternoon.
The most technically gifted winger has been in excellent form since start of the summer, scored six goals with additional of one assists and created a lot chances for his team-mates.
His latest strike was against La-Liga outfits Villarreal in the Super Cup at Windsor Park in Belfast last week, which put the Blues ahead before win the prize through penalty shoot-out after the Spaniard star Gerard Moreno level it for Unai Emery’s men in the second half of the game.
With the Blues prepared for London derby clash against Arsenal this weekend, Ziyech has made quickly return, trained alongside his team-mates, but N’Golo Kanté and Christian Pulisic still missed out.
The Blues duo missed Wednesday’s open training session at Stamford Bridge, and it looks like both with miss short trip to north London this weekend.
Kanté, who has been nursing an ankle injury for the past couple of days, missed Chelsea’s Premier League opener 3-0 win over Crystal Palace but Tuchel had hope the Frenchman would be fit enough to feature against Arsenal.
However, it looks like the 30-year-old alongside Pulisic, who played against Palace and scored against them, will Arsenal clash after both unable to made Chelsea last couples of training session.
Romelu Lukaku, meanwhile, continued working ahead of his Chelsea’s second debut, as he showcased series of magic display alongside Thiago Silva at Cobham on Thursday afternoon.
The 28-year-old frontman, who appeared at Cobham on Tuesday morning for the first time, since completing his sensational £98million move from Inter Milan to Stamford Bridge last Thursday, take part in Wednesday’s and Thursday’s training session.
Lukaku is expected to lead the Blues front-line against Arsenal on Sunday as Thomas Tuchel’s men will be aiming to continue their momentum run of form in Premier League.