The 24-year-old has reached personal terms with the Blues and will stay in the German club for the remainder of the Bundesliga season. He will join his new team-mates in July, subject to the passage of a medical test. One of the most feared youthful strikers in Europe, Werner is famous for his speed, versatility, interface up play, and completing capability.
He was most much of the time conveyed in a Leipzig front two, yet he can also play somewhere down in a front three or as the main striker.
He is as of now appreciating the most lucrative season of his career, having scored 32 goals and recorded 13 assists in 43 appearances at all rivalries. He has two games remaining to enhance those numbers this season after he found the net again last night against Fortuna Düsseldorf. Werner said: ‘I’m pleased to sign for Chelsea, it’s a glad second to join this fantastic club. I want to thank RB Leipzig, the club and the fans for the superb four years. You will live in my heart for eternity. With my new team-mates, my new chief and obviously the Chelsea fans, I’m anticipating next season. We have a generally excellent future ahead of us together.’
Marina Granovskaia added: ‘We’re eager to see Timo Werner join Chelsea. He’s a player who’s been desired all through Europe and it’s nothing unexpected, he ‘s understood that rare blend of being youthful and energizing yet settled and demonstrated. We can’t wait to get Timo ready however we want him and RB Leipzig to enjoy all that life has to offer for the remainder of this season up to that point.’
Werner, who turned 24 in March, has been an entrenched German international since 2017 when his three goals and two assists won him the Confederations Cup Golden Boot that year, which Joachim Low won. He has been a regular Bundesliga for almost seven years now and in November he became the most youthful man in the league to play 200 times, breaking similar records for 50, 100, and 150 appearances.