Arsenal agree terms with £30m German Star

 It has been claimed that Arsenal have enquired about a possible summer deal for Chelsea attacker Timo Werner

Werner contributed 11 goals and six assists in 37 appearances across all competitions last season but has looked nothing like the player that dominated the Bundesliga just a few seasons ago

And it has been speculated this transfer window that he is open to leaving the club and seeking a fresh start in hope that he can start banging in the goals especially a sit is a world cup year

There have been a number of clubs linked with a move for the German and it is believed that the club will allow him to depart from Stamford Bridge if they receive anything over the asking price of £30 million.

Now the Football.London website have claimed that Arsenal are interested in a shock deal for Timo Werner a player they wanted before he made that move to Stamford Bridge just a few seasons ago

Amid all the speculation the Chelsea star has been told he needs to leave the club if he cannot handle the Premier League

Noel Whelan told Football Insider: “When he came in, everyone expected great things from him.

“We’ve not seen anything close to that. I think the Premier League has crept up on him, and he’s just realising how tough it is.

“You might be quick or have had success in other leagues but you’re playing against international defenders week-in, week-out in England.

“He’s disappointed the Chelsea fans and definitely been a disappointment for the board considering the money they paid for him.

Now he’s getting that whinge about him. He’s making little comments.

“At the end of the day, if he’s not happy in the Premier League then he’s got to get out. Pace alone cannot help you.”

Timo Werner didn’t perform as expected at Chelsea. Some people say generally he is not fit for the Premier League while others say he will do well in Arsenal.

So­urce: goonernews.com

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