Timo Werner makes decision about leaving Chelsea in summer transfer window
Timo Werner is not interested in leaving Chelsea after only a season, despite all the rumours that he wants to leave the club in the transfer window.
Werner has struck just two goals in his last 26 Chelsea appearances, with the £53million recruit struggling with his finishing, despite the fact he netted an impressive 28-goals in the Bundesliga last season.
It has been claimed that he is keen to leave the club at the end of the current season and make the move back to the Bundesliga, where a few clubs have been eyeing up a possible transfer deal.
But Goal has been told that the explosive forward remains confident about turning around his fortunes, with compatriot Thomas Tuchel now manager following Frank Lampard’s exit in January.
Chelsea boss Tuchel recently told the 25-year-old to stop worrying and “focus on the process” of rediscovering his scoring touch, when quizzed on whether there is any truth in rumours that Werner is unhappy in west London, Tuchel replied: “Stop reading! Read a book! There is no book on Timo, so read a book!
“For Timo, I think he has no reason now to be frustrated because he played an amazing match against Liverpool, maybe his best match since I arrived.
“Then he had a good match against Everton with a lot of chances to score, which he normally is clinical enough and strong enough.
“Nobody here is blaming the strikers. This is a team effort to attack and defend, but we expect our guys to create more chances, to be more decisive because we expect the defenders to play on the highest level and so we also expect that of our strikers.
“And then maybe all the stuff you read will disappear.”