Timo Werner to Chelsea EPL
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Chelsea forward Timo Werner has endured a mixed time in England over the previous one and a half years and as per Spanish outlet Fichajes, several big European clubs are looking to sign him.

Werner could not stop scoring when he was playing in the Bundesliga but ever since his move to England, the forward just cannot seem to find the back of the net.

Last season, he scored only six goals in 35 Premier League games and this campaign, he’s managed to score only one in six matches.

There have been whispers that the Chelsea boss could look to part ways with him by the end of the season and keeping in line with these rumours, the latest updates are claiming that Bayern Munich, BVB and Juventus are all keeping tabs on him.

Bayern Munich could lose Robert Lewandowski very soon and it looks like the Bavarians are looking to bring in Timo Werner as the long-term replacement.

Borussia Dortmund are also sailing on the same boat as they are expected to lose Elring Haaland next summer and the Germans also want Werner to be their next big forward.

 

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Juventus, on the other hand, are looking for a partner for Alvaro Morata and they could try and make a move for the Chelsea misfit at the end of the 21/22 campaign.

It’s still not sure if Thomas Tuchel wants to get rid of the German but if he cannot up his performances really soon then the manager will not think twice before putting him up for sale.

Tuchel has players like Mason Mount, Kai Havertz and Hakim Ziyech and all of them can perform the exact same role as Timo Werner. Also, Chelsea have managed to bring in a world-class centre forward in the form of Romelu Lukaku, so that position is also blocked.

It’s too early to predict what the future holds for Timo Werner but him being sold by Chelsea is certainly not a pipe dream right now.

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