BAYERN MUNICH are set to launch a shock bid for Chelsea ahead Timo Werner, in keeping with stories.
The 25-year-old German struggled to adapt to the Premier League throughout his first season with the Blues.
Werner has had a tricky first season in England with ChelseaCredit score: Getty
He managed simply 12 targets in 52 video games and was usually ridiculed for his lack of ability to complete off probabilities.
However that doesn’t appear to have deterred Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich from their pursuit of the previous RB Leipzig man.
In line with Football Insider, the German title winners have a ‘concrete curiosity’ in signing Werner.
Chelsea acquired his providers final summer time for the hefty worth of £47.5million.
And with 4 years left on his present deal, Thomas Tuchel’s outfit will virtually actually need an enormous price if they’re to contemplate promoting him after simply 12 months.
Nonetheless, it was reported earlier this week that Chelsea would be open to selling Werner to be able to elevate funds to purchase both Harry Kane or Erling Haaland.
Another for the Blues is they might select to offer Tammy Abraham as part of a swap deal with Spurs for Kane.
Abraham seems to be set to go away Stamford Bridge this summer time after falling out of favour with manager Thomas Tuchel.
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The Chelsea boss has already let one striker go, with France worldwide Olivier Giroud completing a reported £2m switch to AC Milan.
In the meantime, Bayern’s solely main arrival to date this summer time was one which had been agreed earlier than the tip of final season.
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