- Gonzalo Higuain is expected to make his Chelsea debut against Sheffield Wednesday
- The 31-year-old posted a video clip of his training session ahead of the 4th round FA Cup tie
- The Argentine international completed a six-month loan deal from parent club Juventus
Gonzalo Higuain posted a video clip of his training session on Twitter with his new club and Chelsea fans are eagerly waiting for the Argentine's debut in the FA Cup.
Maurizio Sarri a few days ago, completed the signing of the Juventus striker on a six-month loan deal with an option to be made permanent in the summer.
The ex-Real Madrid forward cut short his loan move to AC Milan to join the Blues, but he was not registered on time in Chelsea's League Cup win over Tottenham in the semi finals.
The Stamford Bridge faithfuls were full of praise for the 31-year-old's team spirit as he watched the game against Spurs go into penalties in midweek.
Higuain is expected to play his first match for Chelsea in the fourth round of the FA Cup game against Sheffield Wednesday at the Bridge.
The former Napoli striker posted a video on Twitter where he nets a succession of strikes in training.
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And the Blues supporters have taken to their Twitter handle to express their excitement as Huguain's debut in Chelsea colours.
One said: "Looking sharp Higuain!"
Another said: "A striker that can finish with his feet. That was pleasing on the eyes."
One added: "I can feel the momentum!! Go Higuain!! I believe in you."
Another added: "Can’t wait to see a few of those flying in at the Bridge!"
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Eden Hazard believes Gonzalo Higuain will be bring the same impact as Diego Costa in Chelsea's attacking line.
The Belgian winger has backed the Argentine to score many goals for the club after completing a six-month loan move from AC Milan with an option of the deal permanent.
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