Timo Werner joined the Blues squad with during the 2020 transfer window from his boyhood Bundesliga side RB Leipzig. Chelsea spent close to $54 million to get the striker on their side. However, things are not going to plan accordingly, as Timo fails to bag any success in the Blues jersey.
According to most of the soccer expert predictions, the recent failed performances in the club circuit of Timo Warner are the main cause of this early transfer. However, Timo secured the Champions League trophy during his sting with the Blues. But before he leaves, he recently pens down a goodbye letter to all the fans of Chelsea.
Timo Werner Bid Goodbye To Chelsea
In his recent social media post, he said, “Today marks the end of my journey with Chelsea FC,” and then added, “I am incredibly grateful for the time I spent at this special club.” The striker also stated, “At this point, I would like to express my appreciation for my teammates, the coaches & staff, and especially for you, the supporters of Chelsea Football Club.”
While talking about the love and support he received while playing for Chelsea, he wrote, “I felt so much love and support throughout the last two years, and I will never forget how you guys stood behind me in good and in challenging times!” He then also added, “We lifted trophies like the Champions League together, and I will always remember the song you wrote and chanted for me. I’m already looking forward to hopefully playing at Stamford Bridge again one day!”
A few days ago, Timo also expressed his thoughts about opting for the Blues rather than taking the offer from Liverpool. In an interview with the London Evening Standard, he said, “The only thing I can say is they have a German manager,” and then added, “I have known him for many years before because when I was in Stuttgart, he talked about going to Dortmund. Then I played not so well, so it was done.”
The striker then said, “When I was in Leipzig, I had the possibility to come to the Premier League. Liverpool was also in my thoughts and was a big possibility for me, but in the end, I decided on Chelsea, and I won the Champions League title last year. It was not the worst decision.” While talking about Tuchel, he added, “He is one of the best coaches we had in Germany. Not to attack our manager, but over the past years, he won the most titles. He has a very nice personality – a personality that the German people love because he seems like fun.”