Timo Werner has officially started working as a Chelsea player, after taking part in his first training session at Cobham headquarters on Monday morning.
The German star, who joined the west London club from RB Leipzig ahead of next campaign, was in attendance at Stamford Bridge yesterday to see witness his new team-mates secure a top-four finish in the Premier League.
Chelsea are break deadwood against Wolverhampton Wanderers with Mason Mount brilliant free-kick and Olivier Giroud brilliant finish in first-half injury time secured three points for Frank Lampard & co.
While his new Chelsea team-mates enjoy a well deserved day off today, Timo Werner checked in at Cobham headquarters to take part in his first training session as he builds up his fitness ahead of next campaign.
The German striker undertook plenty of stretching and fitness work before then moving onto ball work, including some dribbling drill and, of course, some finishing work at the end.
Timo Werner, who is an established German international and former club team-mate of Antonio Rudiger from their days at Stuttgart, will follow same training programme that fellow new addition, Hakim Ziyech has been following.
Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner cannot be registered to play for Chelsea until next campaign but are both allowed to train at club’s training base with Frank Lampard’s squad.
The Blues have completed Premier League season with fourth position finish but Frank Lampard & co. are still have FA Cup final against Arsenal at Wembley Stadium on August 1 before play Uefa Champions League second leg tie against Bayern Munich.