Real Madrid forward Eden Hazard trained with his new club for the first time on Monday.
The Belgian international player linked up with his new teammates at Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid for the first time since his big money move from Chelsea.
Eden Hazard left Chelsea to join Real Madrid earlier this summer in a deal that could rise to £130m.
The 28-year-old is one of several new players signed by the Los Merengues this summer.
Apart from Eden Hazard, Real Madrid also signed Brazilian teenage attacker Rodrygo Goes, Serbian international striker Luka Jovic, French defender Ferland Mendy and Brazilian defender Eder Militao have all joined the revolution under Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane.
Before his move to Real Madrid this summer, Eden Hazard was at Chelsea for seven years.
The Belgian international skipper signed for Chelsea in the summer of 2012 from French Ligue 1 giants Lille in a deal believed to around £32m.
He won the UEFA Europa League in his first season as a Chelsea player.
Hazard and Chelsea won a second Europa League title this summer after the win over London rivals Arsenal.
The Gunners were beaten 4-1 by Chelsea with two goals coming from Eden Hazard.