The German forward cannot play with the Blues until September, but he already practices under Frank Lampard.
Timo Werner joined the training of Chelsea for the first time this Monday, a day after the team he leads Frank Lampard will qualify for the next Champions League.
The 24-year-old German striker arrived at the London club in June from Leipzig in exchange for € 53 million. However, the delay of the 2019-20 season still did not allow him to debut with the Blues.
While waiting for September 12, when the new season for Chelsea will begin, Werner is in the capital of England and takes the opportunity to get ready with his new teammates.
The footballer was in the stands at Stamford Bridge on Sunday watching Chelsea’s 2-0 win over Wolverhampton, which secured the team fourth place in the Premier League.
As his teammates prepare for this weekend’s FA Cup final against Arsenal, Werner participated in training on Monday and Chelsea shared images on social media.
Timo’s first session at Cobham! pic.twitter.com/OeiRvNLM1r
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