With manager Thomas Tuchel as of late affirming Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen's ways out from the club, one more Chelsea star has allegedly flagged his aim to leave Stamford Extension. Rudiger's takeoff was affirmed by the German strategist around three weeks prior, while Tuchel expressed toward the end of the week that the Blues are "losing" Christensen as well, with the two safeguards accepted to head Spain.
Marcos Alonso and Romelu Lukaku's fates are likewise hanging out there, with the two players having allegedly had aftermaths with the manager this season. As per German outlet Sport1, Germany forward Timo Werner is another player who needs to leave the London club in the impending exchange window.
Notwithstanding winning three trophies with the Premier League side, he has attempted to recreate the structure he displayed at RB Leipzig when he scored 34 goals in 45 games across all rivalries in the 2019/20 season, and isn't content with his circumstance in Britain. He has 23 goals in 89 appearances for the Blues up to this point, and has confronted some serious analysis from intellectuals and allies for his goalscoring burdens since taking the action to London. It is guaranteed that Bayern Munich are an expected objective for the Germany worldwide, with their star striker Robert Lewandowski generally connected with a transition to Barcelona.
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