With new signing Rahim Sterling, Chelsea believe their forward partnership is safe with Haverts, Zyech, Odoi and Pulisic included. Sterling have averagely impressed during pre-season games and he is expected to improve the squad.
Timo Werner is just two season old at Stanford Bridge and already looking at the exit door as the savior for his carrier. According to Sky Sport Premier League report in twitter, Newcustle United are in talks with Chelsea over Timo Werner's loan move.
The former RB Leipzig striker has also been linked with a move to PSG and Juventus on loan this season as Chelsea tries to find a solution for his limited chances at the club to regain his form.
Werner managed to appear 89 times during his two seasons with the Blues and scored 21 goals which is 0.2 goal per game. This is considered the lowest with a striker who is expected to carry the team by finding the net back frequently.
If Newcustle managed to secure Werner's transfer, it will be surprising to his fans since the player of his class are not expected to move from clubs which participate in European competition, to the one outside the competition in the same League mostly at the stage of his carrier.
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