‘it’s TT Timo Time’ as Chelsea fans react to news that we have agreed £54 million Werner deal

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Chelsea fans have reacted to news that Timo Werner will be joining the club in the summer transfer window.

For the best part of a year the 24-year-old has been linked with a move to Liverpool, with Jurgen Klopp said to have called him many times concerning a transfer and Werner himself allegedly wanting to play for Liverpool, but they have missed out

it is believed that Werner has agreed a massive £175,000-a-week deal to sign with us for the next five years, and will look to challenge Tammy Abraham for that numbe rone spot at the Bridge.

An after hearing the news that Werner is on his way to the Bridge, fans have taken to social media to welcome their new top-class signing, with many people excited about the new arrival.

One fans Tweeted: Farewell Werner Succeed at Chelsea and hope adminho doesn’t go there he will score own goals

Another added: This basically means he is 100% joining/has already joined Chelsea

Another added: My favourite moment of Werner is when he is joining Chelsea 😂

One excited fans added: With Ziyech behind him Chelsea truly has one of the most dangerous attacks in the world!

Another added: Welcome to chelsea it’s TT Timo Time 😉🔥

Another fans added: Timo Werner: Welcome to Chelsea

Another fans added: Chelsea are getting a big player

At the end of the day Werner is one of the best strikers in the game right now and the fact that he has agreed  a move here just means that we will challenge next season.

But Lamps shouldnt stop here, he needs to improve that defence, so a top-class defender should be next and then a creative midfielder to add some spice to the midfield, that is what we are hoping comes in.

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