Timo Werner should be DELETED by Chelsea according to Gabriel Agbonlahor, urging Blues to sign ‘big striker’ to replace ‘erratic’ German
- Timo Werner was disappointed again when Chelsea lost the FA Cup final 1-0
- The German striker has had a disappointing first season at Stamford Bridge
- Chelsea will be linked with Romelu Lukaku and Erling Haaland this summer
- Gabriel Agbonlahor has insisted that the Blues should give up the German star
Chelsea, according to Gabriel Agbonlahor, should return to the market for a ‘big, big striker’ and give up Timo Werner after a difficult first season for the German.
The 25-year-old went missing again in the FA Cup final on Saturday, leading the line in a talented Blues lineup, but failed to capitalize on their overwhelming dominance.
Werner arrived last summer for £ 53 million, but under both Frank Lampard and Thomas Tuchel, he hasn’t shown much of the prolific RB Leipzig version of himself.
Timo Werner still hasn’t found his form at Chelsea, struggling for goals in his first season
The German was ineffective at Wembley when Leicester won 1-0 against the Blues’ dominance
“I’ve tried to give him the benefit of the doubt because it’s his first season, but the more I see him, he’s making the wrong decision,” said former Aston Villa forward Agbonlahor. talkSPORT.
He picked up the ball, ran towards two defenders, and takes a wild shot over the crossbar when it’s best to pass and run again.
He seems a bit too erratic and Chelsea, with their history with the people like Didier Drogba and the strikers they’ve had in the past, should get out there and buy a big, big striker who can score and show up. the big games. ‘
Werner’s first 49 games in Blue have yielded just 12 goals, but a strong 14 assists for the selfless forward. However, his six bouts in 33 Premier League games are the most disturbing statistic.
Former Aston Villa Gabriel Agbonlahor has revealed that he has lost faith in the German goalscorer
Romelu Lukaku is one of the possible names that could replace Werner this summer
The German is hoping to freshen up this summer and prove his doubters wrong in his second season, but he may have some competition.
Romelu Lukaku and Erling Haaland will be linked to Stamford Bridge this summer and would be safe bets to finally solve the Blues’ forward’s problem.
Former Chelsea forward Tony Cascarino was also unimpressed with Werner’s play during the 2020/21 season.
He makes a lot of bad decisions for a striker. I’ve been there and know what I’m talking about about this. I’ve done it for a while in my career, ‘added Cascarino.
‘He does that too regularly at the moment. For someone who can devastate with his pace, he gets into position and thinks “what should I do?” Ultimately, he chooses the wrong option. ‘