The German made the £24m switch on deadline day.
Former Chelsea attacker Andre Schurrle was put through his paces in the freezing conditions as he trained with new team-mates at Wolfsburg for the first time.
The Germany World Cup winner signed a four-year contract reported to be worth around £85,000 per-week with the deal going to the wire on deadline day.
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