Timo Werner is coming back to Bundesliga?

Timo Werner is coming back to Bundesliga?

London’s Chelsea forward Timo Werner may return to the Bundesliga next summer already. He is being watched by Borussia.

Timo Werner's transfer to Chelsea is by no means successful. The striker's awful realization brought the London team only 12 goals in 56 games with the German. Therefore, in the summer, the Pensioners had to bring back Romelu Lukaku for 115 million euros from Inter, where he helped the team win the Scudetto.

Werner has played only one full match for Chelsea this season and has come out as a substitute twice, spending a minute on the pitch against Arsenal and nine minutes against Aston Villa. It is logical to assume that in 100 minutes in five matches, he was not noted for any efficient actions. Although in the Germany national team, he scored three goals in three matches and made one assist.

Given that Werner's career is going downhill, Borussia Dortmund want to help him, according to Goal. The Black-and-Yellows are looking at Timo as a replacement for Erling Haaland, who will apparently leave the club next summer. This is evidenced by the interest of many clubs, like Real Madrid, PSG, Manchester United and Liverpool, as well as a decrease in his transfer cost.

It's not particularly difficult to play on the edge at Borussia, because the team always shows bright attacking football with the creation of many moments. What is there to say, even if Paco Alcacer scored 18 goals during the Bundesliga season in the Black-and-Yellows’ camp. Werner has experience playing for Leipzig and knows the Bundesliga like the back of his hand. Therefore, we think that Timo should not have any problems with adaptation.

Of course, he is no Haaland and will not score with such an enviable frequency. But in terms of rebooting your career and getting lit up again, you can't think of a better option. To return to the top, Werner will have to go down in class and salary, but there is no other choice. He lost the competition to Lukaku even before the arrival of the Belgian, and no one will believe in the German at Stamford Bridge.