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Chelsea’s Champions League defeat to Bayern Munich made Timo Werner frightened about transfer to Stamford Bridge


Timo Werner has admitted he had doubts about becoming a member of Chelsea after they have been comfortably overwhelmed by Bayern Munich within the Champions League.

The Blues misplaced 3-Zero to the Bundesliga giants again in February within the first leg of their last-16 Champions League tie.

Timo Werner signed for Chelsea this summer

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Timo Werner signed for Chelsea this summer season

Werner had numerous choices for a summer season transfer however ultimately joined Chelsea for £48million from RB Leipzig.

The striker, who’s but to attain in his first two Premier League appearances, stated the show towards Bayern made him a little bit frightened.

Talking to German publication BILD, Werner stated: “I’d be mendacity if I stated it wasn’t like that. The three-Zero house defeat of Chelsea within the first leg towards Bayern hadn’t precisely spoken in favour of going to London.

“I’ve to say that overtly as a result of with Leipzig we all the time performed excellent and shut video games towards Bayern.”

Werner was prolific in his native Germany, scoring 34 goals in all competitions last season

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Werner was prolific in his native Germany, scoring 34 targets in all competitions final season

However Werner noticed the positives from that loss towards Bayern Munich and stated it uncovered the failings that wanted fixing to rival them sooner or later.

“With Bayern displaying Chelsea their weak factors, the membership was in a position to work on the items of the puzzle with the intention to meet up with the longer term Champions League winners Bayern,” he added. “That’s what Chelsea did.”

Werner was a part of an enormous summer season overhaul by Frank Lampard with greater than £200m shelled out on transfers.

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