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Lampard will bet on Timo Werner to get Chelsea back in the fast track

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Lampard will bet on Timo Werner to get Chelsea back in the fast track

The smart £53m ­acquisition of Timo Werner, nicknamed ‘Turbo’ in view of his rankling speed, proposes Chelsea could be on a brink of success once more

No big surprise Chelsea fans are beginning to get excited once more.

At Stamford Bridge, over the previous decade, it has been one extreme or another, with either change and ­acrimony or title and European achievement.

The smart £53m ­acquisition from RB Leipzig of Timo Werner, nicknamed ‘Turbo’ in light of his rankling speed, proposes it could well be another of those great years in the blue ­section of west London.

The deal is everything except done, with Liverpool standing aside, and Chelsea ­transfer supremo Marina ­Granovskaia bringing her skilful arranging discernment to bear.

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She may well have been enlivened by an interview Timo Werner gave in March when, with Manchester United equaling Liverpool’s ­interest, the 24-year-old discussed the ­dilemma facing him.

As of now in proficient ­soccer there are two distinctive ­variations, he said. To be part of a team like Manchester City and Liverpool. They have a decent team. The teams have incredible managers.

This is the issue: would you like to go to that sort of team, in light of the fact that the circumstance is as of now that hard for every part and you need to be a piece of it? That is one point you need to take a look at.

The opposite side are teams which need some enormous changes, since they simply won a couple of titles, but they can’t contend on the most significant level any more.

Things being what they are, now of my career, I’m ­asking myself: would I like to be a piece of another team, to develop something new, or would I like to remain at my team and make something extraordinary?

He has decided to develop something new and, with Ajax star Hakim Ziyech joining on July 1, he will give Frank ­Lampard an inebriating new measurement to his strike power.

Chelsea are no aliens to German ability having ­accommodated Andre Schurrle, supported Robert Huth and invited the profoundly adorned Michael Ballack.

Timo Werner could go down as truly outstanding. The striker is no Fernando Torres. ­His extraordinary numbers at Leipzig speaks for itself, this ­particular penalty box player will arrive entering his prime.

Callum Hudson-Odoi and ­Christian Pulisic among manager Lampard’s attacking alternatives, opposition defenders could wind up requiring roller-skates.

In a 4-3-3, Timo Werner could without much of a stretch play as a wide forward, as he accomplished for Leipzig under Julian ­Nagelsmann. Be that as it may, he could likewise ­operate all the more midway close by a central striker like Tammy Abraham. Timo Werner has cooperated Yussuf Poulsen in attack for his present club.

Ought to Lampard decide on a 4-2-3-1 system, Timo Werner could play wide left with Abraham in advance, Mason Mount behind him and Hakim Ziyech on the right.

Tammy Abraham, having loved a ­Instagram post of Timo Werner derided up in a Chelsea shirt, obviously has no feelings of dread about his appearance. Actually, the Blues’ academy graduates appear up for the test of high-class ­competition.

Should, true to form, the club secure Champions League football for next term, they will also be in pole position to land Leicester and England left-back Ben Chilwell. Defence is another huge need, with the Blues unreasonably permeable this ­season.

It is forward that Chelsea are fortifying. Following a ­uncertain year, the ­defending Europa League ­champions are focusing on the Premier League culmination once more. They are trusting Timo Werner will be the man to shoot them there.

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