How Chelsea Could line Up With Timo Werner As German Agrees Blues Deal
Chelsea have could reportedly agreed a deal over the signing of German striker Timo Werner. The German who has had an outstanding season so far have scored 31 goals in 40 games in all competitions for RB Leipzig. According to reports, the German star would earn wages of about £180,000-a-week, €10million (£9m) per annum and €50m (£45M)in total.
Signing the 24-year Old striker would be a great buy for Blues who are desperate to boost their attacking setup.
How will Chelsea line up with Timo Werner?
There hasn’t been much agitations over the future of Kepa Arrizabalaga in recent times,it is are going to assume that he is going to be Chelsea’s first-choice shot-stopper next season.
With the Blues trying to improve their attacking resources, they also need more reinforcement in their defense. Antonio Rudiger is likely to start in the center-back role, alongside a new Centre back or either one of Kurt Zouma or Fikayo Tomori.
The Blues may have a new player at left-back position , having been linked with the likes of Nicolas Tagliafico and Ben Chiwell according to reports.
Ceaser Azpilicueta will have strong competition from young full-back, Reece James in his role of Chelsea didn’t sign anyone at Right-back.
Chelsea have a lot of options in the middle of the park if all Midfielders are fit and available, the most preferred pick are Jorginho, N’Golo Kante, and Mateo Kovacic.
However, there has been talk of reunion for Jorginho with his former boss Maurizio Sarri. If this happens, a top-class midfielder who could be a line up alongside Kante and Kovacic to control the tempo of passing. Mason Mount, Ross Barkley, and Ruben Loftus-Cheek are other options for Frank Lampard.
Werner will with no doubt walk in straight into the starting XI If he does sign for Chelsea. If Lampard formation can’t accommodate Werner and Tammy Abraham together, there is going to be a stiff competition between the English man and the German.
Willian and Pedro set to leave the club (they will be out of contract by the end of the season), this will open a spot on the right flank for new signing Hakim Ziyech, who will join the Blues from Ajax.
On the left, Christian Pulisic or Callum Hudson-Odoi and Mason Mount are options for Frank Lampard.