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German giants consider Werner’s return to Bundesliga
Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund are monitoring Timo Werner’s situation at Chelsea, reports James robson of the Standard.
According to the Telegraph, the 25-year-old striker will reassess his future in west London if he can’t force himself back into Thomas Tuchel’s plans.
Werner, who joined Chelsea last summer under RB Leipzig’s Frank Lampard in a contract worth around £ 47million, has only scored four goals in 31 games under Tuchel and n ‘ has only scored once in his last 17 Premier League appearances.
The Germany international has struggled to find minutes after the arrival of Romelu Lukaku from Inter Milan, averaging just 51.9 minutes per game in all competitions this season, forcing Werner to reassess his future.
Tuchel referenced by Barcelona
Barcelona president Joan Laporta has ranked Tuchel as one of his two favorite managers amid Ronald Koeman’s growing problems at Camp Nou, according to the Spanish football journalist and Barcelona specialist. Fernando polo.
The Chelsea boss is joined by his German counterpart and Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp as Laporta’s favorite managers, although the two are bound by agreements until 2024.
The Catalan side sit in sixth place in La Liga with twelve points and no defeat to their name, but have struggled – unsurprisingly – to cope with the departure of Lionel Messi.
However, despite the pressure from five points behind league leaders Real Madrid, the pressure intensified after Koeman led Barca to a 3-0 defeat against Benfica in the Champions League.
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The Blues plot the return of Koundé
Chelsea are preparing another proposal to sign Jules Kounde from Seville in January despite the Spanish side breaking a verbal deal with the Blues in the dying embers of the recent summer transfer window, according to Athleticism.
The Blues looked set to seal the 22-year-old’s services after West Ham’s signing of Kurt Zouma for around £ 29million was replaced by Kounde’s arrival.
However, according to AthleticismSevilla suddenly demanded more money for the center-half than previously agreed after Zouma’s decision was announced, forcing Chelsea to end talks.
With several Blues defenders, whose contracts expire at the end of this season, but have yet to sign a contract extension, Chelsea appear to remain keen to sign a new defender in west London, according to various reports.
Lukaku joins Ronaldo in star group
Romelu Lukaku has joined Cristiano Ronaldo in the new Premier League table which sees the pair joined by Allan Saint-Maximin as the three forwards with the least pressure per 90 minutes.
Athletic have obtained the statistics of all the forwards who have played more than 270 minutes of Premier League football this season to measure who supports the most and who supports the least.
Wilfried Zaha and Neal Maupay lead the standings with an average of 20 presses every 90 minutes, while Lukaku comes third from the bottom at 6.2.
Saint-Maximin is second from the bottom at 5.2 and Manchester United’s Ronaldo takes the wooden spoon with just 2.7 pushes every 90 minutes.
Lukaku will look to judge himself against Ronaldo’s scorers’ standings, unlike his pressing at the end of the season, having failed to beat the five-time Ballon d’Or winner in Serie A.
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