Timo Werner to leave Chelsea Football Club?
Hello and welcome to the Chelsea News Podcast with me your host Jack Rigby. In todays episode we will be talking about the possibility of Chelsea Football Club selling their striker Timo Werner due to the signing of 100 million pound record signing Romelu Lukaku.
Over these first few games of the season, Tuchel has opted to play a system with only one out and out striker, in Romelu Lukaku, his poacher, his goal machine. But even Lukaku, acting as his focal point, isn’t as clinical in front of goal as he once was at Inter Milan. At Inter Milan he was used to having his little man next to him as the big man. At Chelsea he is seemingly lacking that Lautaro Martinez person. People have been labelling the answer to that as Germany international Timo Werner.
Timo Werner also played with a big man next to him whilst at Leipzig, when he was at his most prolific. You may think, why wouldn’t Tuchel simply play them both together? That is a frustration of the Chelsea fans. We have been defensively solid, but have often relied on team goals, such as the recent one against Brentford where Ben Chilwell had to score to help us win one nil over them. At the start of the season, we thought that Lukaku could be that player, like Diego Costa to help us win games even if we aren’t playing great and be that person to dig us out of difficult holes in tight situations, but alas that has turned out not to be the case. If you haven’t seen my episode on it then check it out. I talk all about whether Romelu Lukaku is being used correctly and how we could use him differently in order to get the best out of the Belgian striker.
But who should Tuchel take out and why change a winning system? Lets not forget that it was this system that won Chelsea Football Club the champions league last season.
This is why there is a possibility that Timo Werner could leave the club, potentially for more than what he joined for, even after a mixed time in London.

Anyways, I’ve been Jack Rigby, thanks for listening to the Chelsea News Podcast.

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