Germany international striker Timo Werner has not enjoyed the sort of reception he was expecting to get in his first full season at Chelsea and he believes that he deserves more accolades than he is currently getting. Since moving to London from German Bundesliga outfit RB Leipzig last summer, a lot has been expected of him and his inability to meet all of the expectations that have been placed on him has seen him come under huge pressure to perform at Stamford Bridge.
The striker’s form dropped drastically, and he was also low on confidence after a couple of fruitless outings and performances for the Blues. Having made his debut under former manager Frank Lampard, he showed some promising signs in his first few games at Chelsea and the Blues’ fans immediately thought they had gotten themselves the striker that will eventually fire them to the English Premier League title almost instantly. However, he would eventually struggle to keep up with his good form. Continue reading “GALLAS BELIEVES WERNER IS A TOP STRIKER”
When Chelsea handed a huge amount of transfer funds to former manager Frank Lampard last summer, the essence was so that the manager could make player additions to the squad that will be highly beneficial to their plans of challenging for trophies in the coming season. Lampard then did his best on the transfer window to bring in the likes of Timo Werner, Ben Chilwell, Hakim Ziyech, Kai Havertz, Thiago Silva, and others as he looked to build a team, he thought would be capable of winning the Premier League title.
However, as this season started, the reverse was the case. Chelsea’s new attackers found it hard to adjust to Lampard’s playing style and there were series of unwanted results from the new stars. Ziyech, Werner, and Havertz were particularly the three main star signings of the summer window and all eyes were on them to perform at the highest level. Continue reading “GALLAS: CHELSEA SHOULD SIGN ANOTHER STRIKER”