Chelsea's new signing Timo Werner has made his first appearance at the club's Cobham training base as he took part in a session on Monday. 

The German striker has completed his £53million move from Red Bull Leipzig ahead of next season.

Werner was pictured being put through his paces by a Chelsea coach as he participated in a series of training drills. 

While Chelsea's Premier League campaign is over, The Blues still have the small matter of the FA Cup final and the second leg of their Champions League last-16 tie with Bayern Munich to fulfil.

Despite not being able to compete in the Champions League fixture as he is ineligible, Werner has already turned his back on Leipzig who are into the quarter finals.

He wrote on Twitter : "First training, first time wearing blue!" 

Fellow new arrival Hakim Ziyech has been training with the first-team squad after completing his switch from Ajax, but neither player is able to play a part in the match.

Werner has already had a significant break after the Bundesliga season finished at the end of June, and was present at Chelsea's win over Wolves which ensured the club will be involved in the Champions League next season.