Timo Werner is not unhappy at Chelsea after the first nine months of his stay in England since moving from RB Leipzig.
The 24-year-old has openly admitted that he has occasionally struggled to adjust to life in England after transferring £ 47.5 million to the Premier League last summer.
Although they were inconsistent in his performances, Werner returned 10 goals and 10 assists in 39 appearances for the Blues during this period.
Werner has noticed an increase in confidence since the arrival of Thomas Tuchel back in January.
But he claimed Chelsea were ready to part ways with Werner in the summer.
However, claims have since been overwhelmed, with Athletic providing more information saying ‘there is no doubt that Werner is unhappy after nine months at Chelsea or that life in London does not agree with him’.
Chelsea are linked to Erling Haland’s summer move, but any of Werner’s problems pose purely “football problems”.
Werner knows his form will only improve, acknowledging that it will take time to adjust to the new environment.
Speaking to the BBC earlier this month, he said: “A lot of good strikers are coming to the Premier League and it takes them a year to calm down and adjust.
“I think my form is growing and getting better and better. Maybe this year is not the year to score goals for Timo, but in the end I will think about the season.
“I’ve learned a lot. I know exactly the teams we play against, how they play.”
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