Romelu Lukaku appeared to be in high spirits after showcasing a wide array of impressive finishing techniques during his first trained with Thomas Tuchel’s squad at Cobham on Tuesday.
The 28-year-old appeared at Cobham Tuesday morning for the first time, since completing his sensational £98million move from Inter Milan to Stamford Bridge last Thursday.
Because of current Covid-19 protocols, Lukaku has been prohibited to take part in activities with including interview and series of training session, since arrived at Stamford Bridge last week,
However, the Belgium striker is coming out of quarantine on Monday, and is begin training with his new teammates on Tuesday at Cobham ahead London derby clash against Arsenal at Emirates on Sunday.
Lukaku was showcased series of commitment during his first training session alongside Thomas Tuchel’s men, also showcasing level of maturity, including a wide array of impressive finishing techniques.
The 28-year-old has impressing in shooting practice and one-on-one drills against his new team-mates and with his level of maturity and commitment, Lukaku is likely to lead Thomas Tuchel’s front-line when encounter against Arsenal at Emirates on Sunday afternoon.
Lukaku will be aiming to secure another important victory for the Blues after kick-off their new campaign in a perfect ways.
After winning the UEFA Super Cup against La-Liga outfits Villarreal, Chelsea are kick-off their new Premier League campaign in perfect ways, as they beating Crystal Palace 3-0 at Stamford Bridge last weekend.
The Blues taken the lead through Marcos Alonso brilliant free-kick before Christian Pulisic converted Mason Mount rebound cross to doubled his side’s lead at half-time.
Trevoh Chalobah, who handed his Premier League debut against the Eagles after impressed against Villarreal in the Super Cup, netting an unstoppable shot from outside the box to added more figures to Blues goals.
The centre-back picked the ball up in space, drove forward and hammered in a screamer from 25 yards which clipped the inside of the post on the way in, the third goal in a 3-0 win over Crystal Palace.