Football NewsTimo Werner says he has no regrets about moving to Chelsea
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Timo Werner has had a hard time in London but insists he is not thinking about his decision to move to Stamford Bridge.


What did Timo Werner say?

The German player has praised Jurgen Klopp as a top manager but says he has no regrets about moving to Chelsea instead of the Reds. Timo joined Chelsea from RB Leipzig in 2020 but has had a tough time in his two seasons in London. Timo Werner only has 10 PL goals to his name and has been dropped to the bench for the occasion.

The German player admits he considered moving to Anfield instead of Stamford Bridge when it came time to leave his homeland, but he is pleased with the decision. Timo Werner said the only thing he can say is that they have a German manager – Werner knows him years ago because when Timo was in Stuttgart he talked about going to Dortmund. Timo didn’t play so well back then, so this was done.

According to Timo Werner, when he was in Leipzig, he had the opportunity to come to PL. Liverpool was also on his mind and was a big opportunity for him, but in the end Werner made the decision for Chelsea and won the Champions League title last year. Timo says that it was not the worst decision.


Timo talks about Jurgen Klopp

Timo has given Jurgen special praise, but says his current coach, Tuchel, is on the same level as the Reds manager. Timo Werner said he was one of the best coaches they had in Germany. According to Timo, don’t attack their manager, but Klopp has won the most titles in recent years. Jurgen has a very good personality – a personality that the German people love because he seems cheerful.

The Germans love characters like Thomas Muller, Klopp – they have empathy. They say what they think, and it’s really important in this business not to fake something. He is real. He’s a funny guy, and also, with his roadside strength, tries to bring the people with him. This is what they, the Germans, like. Asking him to take over Tuchel, Timo said he is at a level now where when they say who the best managers are, he only has Klopp now, him and Guardiola maybe.