The Moroccan was present at Stanford Bridge to watch Chelsea’s last match with Norwich which they won 1-0, before meeting his new teammates.
Ziyech has been training with his new teammates ahead of their FA Cup match against Man United on Sunday. But will the midfielder play any part in the march?
The former Ajax man will have to wait until the start of next season before he will be able to play his first competitive game for Chelsea.
“They always told me that the premier league is a tough competition. People said physically I was not ready, but if you look at the competition and players who have the same body as me. Football is just playing with your head and be smart and be creating spaces. Be always in the small things.”
Ziyech registered 12 assists last season for Ajax, he recorded 13 assists the season before. And the Moroccan is set to bring his creative style of play to Chelsea.
“I would love to bring with myself what I have played in the last two or three years with Ajax, just keeping the same style and hopefully they will enjoy it