Timo Werner has been a great signing for Chelsea. Poulsen said Werner will need time at Chelsea to show his qualities.
RB Leipzig player Yussuf Poulsen believes that Timo Werner should be given ample amount of time to show his potential at Chelsea.
Chelsea signed Werner with a transfer fee of 47.5 Million in June since then he has been a part of the team for a number of days but Werner believes it will take some time to show his strength and potential on the field.
While talking to Sport-Informations-Dienst Poulsen said “I think Timo will be a great striker in the Premier League over the next few years,”
“Of course, he has to connect with his team-mates on the field and have to understand league first; you can’t show all your qualities right away. But that will come in time.”
Timo Werner has shown his potential at Bundesliga and the Denmark international recorded his career-best season in the Bundesliga. Timo Werner helped RB Leipzig finish third in the league table. He scored 28 goals in 34 appearances for RB Leipzig and assisted his team-mates eight-time on the field.
Werner showed his class and potential in the Champions League by scoring four goals in eight matches that he played, helping his team RB Leipzig to secure quarter-finals of the competition, in which they will up against Atletico Madrid in Lisbon. The winner of the match will take on the winner between PSG and Atlanta in the semi-final of the Champions League.
Poulsen will be a key element for Leipzig in all upcoming fixtures and the Poulsen is really looking forward to the match and certainly, he will continue playing at the club.
he further added “At some point, I will definitely try something different, but I’m only 26 years old and at the moment I’m very happy in Leipzig,”
“If I had planned my career 10 years ago, I would certainly not have earmarked seven years in Leipzig, but I’ve been here that long now. When I signed, I hadn’t even heard of Leipzig”
“Once you’re there, you have the firm desire to go all the way to the final and win the title,” he said on the new knockout format for the Champions League.
“Sure, there are teams with a better chance on paper, but in football, there are always surprises.”
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