Timo Werner will think about his future at Chelsea THIS SUMMER if he remains out of favor under Thomas Tuchel, but the striker is determined to make his blues career a success
- Fallen star Timo Werner has struggled for minutes at Chelsea this season
- Werner will consider his future at the club if he can’t retake a permanent place
- His new role on the periphery is reportedly causing the frontman concern
- With his reputation in Germany still intact, Werner was able to return to his homeland
- However, it is clear that he is determined to make a success of his Chelsea career
Timo Werner will think about his future at Chelsea in the summer if he cannot regain a permanent spot in Thomas Tuchel’s squad.
The Germany international has made just two Premier League starts so far this season and was an unused substitute in Wednesday’s defeat to Juventus, despite the Blues chasing the game for much of the second half.
And what appears to be a new peripheral role for Werner would cause German growing concern.
Timo Werner will think about his future at Chelsea in the summer if he can’t make regular playing minutes
Werner has made two league starts this season and is in the margins under Thomas Tuchel (R)
Werner was eager to fight for his place in the Blues team, despite a difficult first season at the club after coming in with a lot of money from Red Bull Leipzig.
The signing of Romelu Lukaku this season has played a part in limiting Werner’s playing time, but the forward remains committed to making his Blues career a success.
However, if he remains on the margins of Tuchel’s plans, the 25-year-old will likely assess his options for next season.
Werner’s reputation remains intact in his native Germany, and a return home would be a likely scenario should he leave Chelsea for next season.
He has scored just once this season, in the Carabao Cup win over Aston Villa.
With his reputation in Germany intact, Werner (pictured) could seal a return to his homeland