Chelsea agree a deal in principle to sign Timo Werner

Chelsea agree a deal in principle to sign Timo Werner

Chelsea has agreed to a deal in principle to sign Timo Werner from RB Leipzig. The German Leipzig striker, wanted by media Europe for the coming season, will finally land at Chelsea. Timo Werner would have rejected the option of Liverpool; which in recent times seemed to have tied his transfer and finally he would have chosen to sign with the Stamford Bridge team, which would pay his clause of around 55 million euros and would give the attacker a contract until June 2025 at the rate of 10 million euros for each of the five seasons included in it.

Klopp is left with the desire

In the absence of official confirmation; this new turn of events would take the Werner to Chelsea instead of calling on the aforementioned Liverpool or Barcelona; the two teams that have most sounded like their possible destination when leaving Leipzig. According to the aforementioned German media; representative of the battering ram neither confirmed nor denied the operation; so everything indicates that it will take a few days to talk about Timo Werner as a new Chelsea player.

If the operation is confirmed, the signing of Timo Werner for Chelsea would be especially painful for Liverpool; led by a Klopp for whom the German striker was a priority in order to reinforce his squad next year. Werner would arrive at Chelsea in which he would undoubtedly be one of the key pieces within a ‘blue’ project. Frank Lampard has a lot of emerging talent on his staff with the Pulisic, Mason Mount, Tammy Abraham, and company.

Although with the classification for the Champions League still in the air and as a must to do in the resumption of the Premier League. Chelsea 2020/21 would undoubtedly go up a quality step promoted by a Werner and Ziyech whose arrival from Ajax has been closed for several months..

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