Timo Werner would start to think seriously about his future if Chelsea manage to sign another striker this summer.
It is according to 90min, which says that Werner is disturbed by the transfer activity of the Blues.
It’s no secret that they want to land a new center-forward ahead of this season, with notable names on their wishlist.
Erling Haaland tops the list, while Romelu Lukaku and Robert Lewandowski were also mentioned.
The acquisition of an additional striker risks limiting the opportunities of those already in the team of Thomas Tuchel.
Werner is perhaps one of the players most threatened by this potential upheaval.
If the 90 minute ratio is correct then the German wants to come out before things get too tough.
The German only signed for Chelsea last year, as part of a £ 45million (Sky Sports) transfer from RB Leipzig, with Frank Lampard in charge.
Although his first campaign was not groundbreaking, he still managed 12 goals and 11 assists in all competitions.
Not to mention a Champions League winner’s medal.
But because of his inconsistencies and those of most of his teammates in front of goal, the Blues want a certified No.9 to raise them to a level.
Hence their desire to buy Haaland or another effective scorer.
And that has led to Werner’s apparent willingness to leave Stamford Bridge as he considers his place in the squad under threat.
90 minutes even suggest the 25-year-old was offered to Borussia Dortmund in an attempt to get Haaland away from Germany.
Bayern Munich, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain are also said to be interested in the quick Chelsea striker.
A source familiar with the situation said: “Werner is not unhappy at Chelsea, far from it – but he also knows that the club are considering a new striker, so if he has to move on he is ready to do it. make.”
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