“I should play more” – Chelsea player suggest he could leave due to game time


"I should play more" - Chelsea suggest he could leave due to game time

Chelsea player has a drop hints over his future admits interest from others club

However, the talented forwarder has been fighting to get back on track despite scoring important goals last season

the 26-years-old revealed lack of game time could see him forced out from Stamford Bridge this summer transfer

Likes Timo Werner’s future becomes uncertain following the lack of game time

Timo Werner has found it difficult to secure regular game time at Stamford Bridge since his move from RB Leipzig two years ago. Last season

The German forward only made 37 appearances for Chelsea and contributed 11 goals and six assists across all competitions.

Werner has given hints that he could be moving away from Chelsea to play week-in-week-out

He could see himself out from the club to get regular game time as a player keen to be called during the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

Speaking on his lack of games under Thomas Tuchel and regarding his chances of playing in the FIFA World Cup, Timo Werner said (via Chelsea News):

“I didn’t ask but I think of course the manager always has different ideas

“Different thoughts and what you need in different games, I think in many games I was not in his thoughts so I try to change that.”

“I could be happy everywhere. It is clear I want to play more and I should play more to first be in good shape for the World Cup and also, to have a chance to play at the World Cup.”

Chelsea won their first pre-season game in the United States

Chelsea secured a 2-1 win over Mexican side Club America in their first pre-season friendly in the United States. Goals from Timo Werner and Mason Mount were enough for the Blues to record a hard-fought win.

Thomas Tuchel’s side will now face Charlotte FC on July 20 before taking on Arsenal in Orlando.

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