Timo Werner might be set to leave Chelsea during the winter transfer window in January as Bayern Munich already working on making the move happen.
The German International has been eyed as a possible Robert Lewandowski replacement as the Polish man is already nearing his retirement age or making a move elsewhere.
Bayern Munich is already working on replacing their current goal scorer with Chelsea forward Timo Werner who they might likely complete a move for when the winter transfer window opens in January.
Meanwhile, with Romelu Lukaku’s arrival at Stamford Bridge, the chances of Timo Werner getting enough playtime is very slim to none as the formation being deployed by Thomas Tuchel won’t accommodate the German playing as an attacker.
With Mason Mount, Kai Havertz, Hakim Ziyech, and Christian Pulisic all players who are likely to be selected as the two attackers in a match, no chance for the German who has been struggling to fit in with others who joined the same time as him.
Chelsea might be willing to listen to an offer coming from Bayern Munich as they are already putting works together so a move in January could take place immediately so Timo Werner can make his move.
Chelsea striker could make winter move with interest now growing strong as the Bavarians are desperately looking to make their approach without wasting much time over a possible transfer to happen.
Bayern Munich is already working on a deal for Chelsea striker Timo Werner who could be on his way back to Germany by January, according to reports coming from Football Insider.
The Germany international could move to the Allianz Arena in 2022, with a January switch still on the cards at this stage as his chances of getting to start games for the Blues are very slim with Romelu Lukaku goal scoring form.
There are also possible reports of a potential swap deal which could see Leroy Sane head back to England while Timo Werner moves to Bayern Munich as both teams are already showing strong interest in them.
Chelsea is yet to make a decision with Thomas Tuchel confirming Timo Werner is still part of his plans moving forward with a busy season in which they start their Champions League defense tomorrow against Zenit.
The manager allowed a few more names including Ross Barkley to remain with the club as they are also likely to play at one point in time with the FIFA Club World Cup also going down in December this year.