Ballack opens up and has Werner message for Chelsea fans!

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Michael Ballack believes that Timo Werner’s prospective move to Chelsea could work out fantastically for both sides.

Werner has had another amazing season over in the Bundesliga and has netted an impressive 25 goals in just 33 Bundesliga games this season, making him one of the most deadly strikers in the game right now.

He was heavily tipped to sign with Liverpool this summer, but that doe snot seem to be the case and he will be signing with us on a massive five-year contract, when the deal actually goes through.

And Ballack  has backed his compatriot to make a success of the mooted transfer.

“I think it’s a good decision for both sides. For Timo, because he fits there, because the way [Chelsea] play football suits him,” the former Germany midfielder explained to Sky.

“I think that in Chelsea he has decided on a club where he has a better chance of playing, which is very important to him.

“The team will be renewed, it will certainly be strengthened and a lot of money will be spent in Chelsea to knock again at the top. A good young team is being built there, which is very promising.”

“That is the biggest difference in England that there is less whistling (from referees), especially for strikers,” he added.

“It is much more intense, with a lot more duels. He has to get used to it quickly because that’s the point.

“He is a robust player, is very fast, but he is also physically good in a duel and he will quickly get used to it.”

Whe he gets used to the Premier League, Werner will be one of the best in the English game and we are just hoping that this deal does not fall though at the very last minute.

He is the type of signing we wants to see arrive.

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