Timo Werner has leading Blues’ training as Chelsea players made final preparations ahead of their season opener against Brighton.
The 24-year-old forward wasted no time in getting off the mark for Chelsea as he making huge impression during Blues’ final preparations for their first game of the season.
The German international trained alongside his compatriot Kai Havertz, Antonio Rudiger, and others Blues team-mates at Cobham’s training base on Sunday morning.
Werner, who scored in Chelsea’s friendly against Brighton, is expected to be in contention again when clash with the Seagulls at the AMEX on Monday evening.
The 24-year-old is absolutely on fire, knocking goal and learn system of Chelsea tactics ahead of Brighton clash.
Havertz, meanwhile, also made huge impression during final preparations at Cobham’s training base as they look to make winning start to Frank Lampard’s second full season in charge of the west London side.
Havertz, who can play as an attacking midfielder, up front or out wide, made a major impact for Leverkusen last season, scoring 18 goals and provided nine assists across all competitions.
The 21-year-old attacking midfielder became club record signing after completing a £89million move from Bayer Leverkusen last week and much is expected from him in his first season in the Premier League.
Christian Pulisic was also appeared at Cobham’s training base and he is expected to feature on Monday’s night.
The 21-year-old suffered hamstring injured in FA Cup final defeat against London rivals Arsenal but the American skipper has recovering from his injury problems.
Pulisic has enjoying a productive debut campaign at Stamford Bridge 2019-20 and his standout performer for Chelsea in second half of the last season has led to inevitable comparisons with Eden Hazard, who left Stamford Bridge for Real Madrid last summer.
The American international has blessed with a rare gift in his ability to speed past defenders and create chances for himself and team-mates, even the ex-Dortmund winger’s goal threat is at the same level as Hazard’s was last season.
The 21-year-old scored 13 goals and contributed six assists in all competitions for Chelsea last season