Chelsea ‘are asking around to see if clubs are interested in signing Timo Werner after just a year at Stamford Bridge… and may even offer him to Borussia Dortmund in a swap deal for Erling Haaland’
- Timo Werner scored just six Premier League goals in 35 matches last season
- The 25-year-old has also missed a hatful of easy chances since joining Chelsea
- Now the Blues are reportedly considering offloading him after just a year
- The west London club seemingly have their eyes set on signing Erling Haaland
- However, Borussia Dortmund are rumoured to have ruled out their man leaving
- If Chelsea did sign him, they might need to pay him more than N’Golo Kante
The 25-year-old, who joined the Blues from RB Leipzig last July for £47.5million, managed just six goals in 35 Premier League games and wasted a hatful of gilt-edged chances during his debut campaign in England.
Despite still having four years left to run on his contract, the west London club are reportedly keen to cash in on Werner this summer and have reportedly sounded out the possibility of swapping him for Haaland, according to Sky Sport in Germany.
Chelsea are reportedly considering selling Timo Werner after a tough first season in England
The west London club are said to holding out for a player-plus-cash deal for Erling Haaland
Haaland enjoyed a stunning first full season at Borussia Dortmund last term, scoring 27 times in 28 Bundesliga games and bagging 41 goals in as many matches in all competitions.
Chelsea are said to accept that any offer to Dortmund to get arguably world football’s hottest young talent would require a player plus cash offer and may need to pay him more than top earner N’Golo Kante, who earns £290,000 a week.
However, Dortmund are said to have completely rejected the idea of a swap deal and are known for driving a hard bargain, as can be seen with the Jadon Sancho saga.
The latest club to have reportedly registered an interest in Haaland are Andrea Pirlo’s Juventus.
However, Borussia Dortmund are said to have ruled out the idea of losing their star man
However, the Italian giants are said to be looking to sign the Norwegian next summer as Cristiano Ronaldo’s replacement.
Haaland’s mind meanwhile seems very much on playing for his current club this season
He told Stadium Astro: ‘I talked a little bit with new manager Marco Rose. I know him from before because I had six months with him in Salzburg. He’s a nice guy and I look forward to working with him.’