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Timo Werner told what will happen to him after Romelu Lukaku deal

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There were earlier suggestions that Timo Werner could be leaving Chelsea with the coming Of Romelu Lukaku but that is not going to happen.

Chelsea boss, Thomas Tuchel has Told Timo Werner that he will benefit from the coming of the Belgium international instead of missing out.

“I truly believe that this can be a big upgrade for him,” the Chelsea manager said of Werner, who wasted a series of fine goalscoring chances throughout last season.

“Having the attention of Romelu, who likes to be in the centre of the pitch and to fight physically with defenders, can create space for Timo.

“He can now play a bit wider than he used to last season. And, then, to play around Romelu, who is like the reference as a No 9 and in the attack.

“This, hopefully, gives Timo the space to do this, to feel more freedom and that it’s easier to find more dangerous space… and to start scoring again.”

“I always wanted him [Lukaku] to bully people, just because of his size which you see immediately, but that’s not really his game.

“He’s almost like a fox in the box. A 6ft 3in cruiserweight fox in the box. And once the ball gets into those tight areas, he’s become even better now at just getting himself that yard.

“We saw it in the Euros a couple of times: touch, bang. There’s no messing about.

“People question his touch and you can do that. Outside the box maybe he can clean up a little bit. But when the ball is in the box, his touch is as good as most.”

On his part, Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand believes that Lukaku’s arrival by contrast ups the pressure on Werner.

He told BT Sport earlier in August: “Lukaku coming in does definitely put pressure on other people. Timo Werner definitely is the first person that comes to mind.

“But Werner last season I thought grew into it. If Lukaku gets the chances that Werner missed last year, Lukaku gets 30 goals this season because he’s a predator.

“I always wanted him [Lukaku] to bully people, just because of his size which you see immediately, but that’s not really his game.

“He’s almost like a fox in the box. A 6ft 3in cruiserweight fox in the box. And once the ball gets into those tight areas, he’s become even better now at just getting himself that yard.

“We saw it in the Euros a couple of times: touch, bang. There’s no messing about.

“People question his touch and you can do that. Outside the box maybe he can clean up a little bit. But when the ball is in the box, his touch is as good as most.”

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Chelsea player that is “a killer” revealed

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Former prolific midfielder, Joe Cole, has revealed that in Romelu Lukaku, The blues now have a “killer” in their squad who will score more goal.

Romelu Lukaku scored the only goal as Chelsea began their Champions League campaign with a slim 1-0 victory over Zenit St Petersburg on Tuesday.

That was Romelu Lukaku fourth goal in four matches since returning to Stamford Bridge in a £98million deal from Inter Milan this summer.

Joe Cole has accepted the fact that Romelu Lukaku was not at his best against Zenit, but said his powerful nature makes him the perfect man to lead the team under Thomas Tuchel.

“I’m going to throw this out there, I think he’ll be top scorer in the Champions League this season.

“Lukaku didn’t even have one of his better games, he was a little bit scruffy but he’s a finisher now, a killer. Once that ball was delivered there was only going to be one winner, he’s a great finisher,” Cole said on BT Sport.

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Legend ignores Man Utd, names six teams that can win champions league

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Experienced legend, Danny Murphy has listed the six clubs he thinks can win the Champions League this season.

His list include title holders Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool. However, Manchester United was not mentioned.

Danny Murphy predicts English clubs could be a dominant force in Europe this campaign, with Chelsea hoping to defend the title they won after beating Manchester City in last season’s champions league final.

For Liverpool, they reached successive Champions League finals in 2018 and 2019 and would be eager to challenge for another this seasonn.

Danny Murphy insists Manchester City are one of the favorites as with Chelsea, Liverpool, Bayern Munich, PSG and Atletico Madrid.

Asked which teams he expects to challenge for the Champions League title, Murphy told MailSport:

“I personally think the winners will come from one of six – Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Bayern Munich and PSG.

“Atletico are an outsider because Diego Simeone has matchwinners in Luis Suarez and Griezmann in addition to the remarkable team spirit he’s fostered.”

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Tammy Abraham ‘fits the bill’ as an Arsenal signing, says Winterburn

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With Arsenal interested in the signature of Chelsea striker, Tammy Abraham, they have been told by their hero, Nigel Winterburn that the England international fits the profile of a potential signing for the club.

Tammy Abraham looks set to leave Chelsea this summer as the Blues continue their pursuit of Erling Haaland. He is also out of favour at the club with lack of playing time. He earned 22 Premier League appearances last term, scoring six goals which is not enough for him.

Reacting to the news, Winterburn said (via Goal): “He certainly would fit the bill of recent Arsenal signings, young with a point to prove.

“People will question his consistency but what you want is for these young players to get a run in the team.

“Is he going to get a run in a team if Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is playing well? Probably not unless Aubameyang can be switched to the left-hand side – although you then need to leave out either Nicolas Pepe or Bukayo Saka.

“With Abraham, there’s potential there and development for a young, young player. So, I think it’s an option [for] Arsenal, although with Alexandre Lacazette being linked with a move away, it could be just a name that has been thrown into a hat.”

He will replace French striker, Alexandre Lacazette who is also opened to leaving the Emirates Stadium for £15 million after scoring 17 goals in all competitions last season.

When asked about Lacazette, Winterburn continued: “Arsenal shouldn’t sell Lacazette unless they’ve got an upgrade in place. I wouldn’t let him go until we have secured another striker. I’ve said that all along.

“Lacazette is a different striker to anything Arsenal have at the club. When he’s in top form, he holds the ball up well, his link-up play is good.

“I suppose his strike rate is not the very, very best of what you want, but then we are not at the very, very top of the league either at the moment as well.

“So personally, at the moment, I don’t want to see him go, unless we’ve got someone coming in that’s going to excite me.

“I wouldn’t let him go and then we haven’t got anybody else to bring in. For me, that’s just way too risky.”

He’s been linked with a surprise move across London. Reports have suggested Arsenal are monitoring his situation and could make an offer if Chelsea decide to leave him leave.

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