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Report – Juventus considering a move for Chelsea flop

July 21, 2022 - 9:30 am

Juventus has just bolstered their defence with the arrival of Gleison Bremer, and they might turn their attention to other parts of their team now.

They have also added Paul Pogba to their squad in this transfer window, and that has made them stronger.

They could now turn their attention towards adding another striker to the group after they allowed Alvaro Morata to return to Spain.

The striker was on loan at the Allianz Stadium for the last two seasons, and he became an important member of the Bianconeri team.

However, Juve failed to reach an agreement with Atleti, and he returned to the Spanish club this summer.

They are now looking at other strikers and a name that has come onto their list of targets in Timo Werner.

The German plays for Chelsea, and a report on Tuttojuve claims they would like to add him to their squad.

Juve FC Says

Werner has struggled at Chelsea, but he was one of the finest forwards around when he played for RB Leipzig in Germany.

He still has the ability to thrive at another club, and he probably needs a change of environment to get better.

However, is he much better than Moise Kean? We probably should give the Azzurri star the first six months of the season and see if he has improved before signing a new frontman.

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    Chris Le Galle July 21, 2022 at 3:15 pm

    Even though the biggest hole in the team (a quality regista) has been ignored, so far the board have done well in the transfer market. But if they are seriously considering Werner that will nullify all the good work they’ve done.
    Getting Werner would mean reverting back to the idiotic moves made by the past administration. Werner is no Lukaku. He failed at Chelsea because he’s simply not good enough and not because their style didn’t suit him. I said it when he moved to Chelsea and I’ll say it again. He will flop. Have you ever seen him impress with the German National team when it mattered? Nobody has. To get a forward with no work rate and who doesn’t score might as well keep Kean. He is younger, stronger and homegrown. We need those for the CL registrations.