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    The ‘blues’ striker signs for the German team for 20 million euros plus variables

    He signs until 2026 and will wear the number ’11’, the same one he wore in his first years at the club

    It is a summer of returns in the market of the Chelsea. After the departure of Lukaku to Inter, the second to leave his previous team has been Timo Werner. The German striker has confirmed his return to RB Leipzig after confirming the transfer that is around 20 million euros plus variables. The 26-year-old footballer signs for the next four seasons.

    Werner has taken the same path as his former teammate, and after a period of ups and downs at Stamford Bridge, he has ended up opting to return to where he was happy. Thus, the German international returns to Leipzig, where he played four seasons before signing for Chelsea in 2020. The 54 million that the ‘blues’ paid for a footballer who had established himself as one of the fittest strikers in Europe ended being a bad business.

    played a total of 89 games since his arrival in the Premier, registering 23 goals and 21 assists. His performance in the Champions League semi-finals against Real Madrid in the edition that Tuchel’s men would end up winning was his best moment in these two seasons. “The club thanks Timo for his contribution to our success in recent years and wishes him all the best for his future career.”said the statement from the ‘blues’.

    With Werner’s departure, Chelsea still does not have a ‘9’ fixed reference in the team and loses a new striker. The arrival of Sterling did not completely solve the problem in the attack, and the new name could be that of aubameyang, who would now have a free pass to reach the team. The option of the Gabonese is one of the alternatives that Tuchel likes the most, who has Armando Broja as the only nine in his squad.

    Back in Leipzig, the German striker will reunite with his former teammates with the aim of regaining his level and being the same as he was two seasons ago. The all-time top scorer for the ‘Red Bull’ team (90 goals) He returns home to continue writing his history in the Bundesliga. His 34 goals in the 19/20 season is the goal to be achieved.

    The society that you can create together with talents like Nkunku, Dani Olmo or the recently signed Benjamin Sesko can become a blessing for Domenico Tedesco. The forward they can form is of an extraordinary level.

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