Chelsea emerged on the spur of the moment to claim the leading position in the Timo Werner transfer saga. The Bundesliga star has had a rather public approach in his ambition to switch to the Premier League top clubs.
The 24-year-old striker featured in interviews where he expressed his desire to move to several of Europe’s top clubs. Initially, the potential move had Liverpool written all over it. A report even revealed information about a video call between the player and the Reds boss Jurgen Klopp.
However, the latest developments in the transfer saga have sent the Blues faithful on cloud nine. Chelsea have reportedly hijacked the move to secure Werner’s signing. Recent activity from RB Leipzig’s official Twitter handle has further materialized the speculations.
The German international has been talismanic for Leipzig. With 25 goals and 8 assists this season, Werner has cemented himself as a real Bundesliga sensation.
However, Timo Werner isn’t the only Bundesliga player grabbing the attention of the top clubs across Europe.
20-year-old Kai Havertz has really come of his age this season. A midfielder by trade, Havertz has regularly featured up top for Bayer Leverkusen. He is a true menace in the attacking third, and his keen eye for a goal has seen him muster 11 goals in the league.
Chelsea owner, Roman Abramovich, is ready to break the bank to allow Frank Lampard to assemble a winning team at Chelsea. With Hakim Ziyech’s signing already done and dusted, the Blues are now reportedly working to unite the German duo of Timo Werner and Kai Havertz.
With more and more rumours linking the German internationals with Chelsea, the fans just can’t themselves but drool over the possibility of Werner and Havertz donning the Chelsea blue.
This sick edit on Twitter has brought every Chelsea fan’s dream to life. The two have indeed lined up in the past for the same team while featuring for Germany, and this picture realizes a prospect that could see Frank Lampard’s men turn into genuine title contenders.
Wake up Premier League, it’s all over. pic.twitter.com/AzBs7caIBw— #Werner-Daily 🏆 (@EmenaIo) June 9, 2020