Werner reveals why he didn’t regret turning down Liverpool to join Chelsea

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Chelsea’s German forward Timo Werner Revealed why he has no regrets about turning down Liverpool and moving to Stamford Bridge in the summer of 2020.

          Timo Werner insists he does not regret his decision to turn down Liverpool and join Chelsea as the two sides prepare to meet in the FA Cup final today (Saturday 14 May 2022). The Germany international almost joining the Reds in the summer of 2020. But eventually signed for the Blue Lions for £47.5 million from RB Leipzig.

          Werner faced turbulence at Stamford Bridge as he helped Thomas Tuchel’s side win the Champions League, Club World Cup and Super Cup. P But it has difficulty in holding onto the real position and has been criticized for Goallessness The 26-year-old is hoping to win his fourth title since joining Chelsea today when they face Liverpool at Wembley in the F final. 141st A Cup when asked how close he was to Anfield before joining Chelsea Werner told the Evening Standard that

          “The only thing I can say is that they have a German manager. because when I was in Stuttgart He talked about going to Dortmund. I wasn’t playing very well at the time.” “When I was at Leipzig, I had the opportunity to play in the Premier League, Liverpool was in my mind as well. And it’s very possible for me. but in the end I decided on Chelsea. and win the championship last year’s league It wasn’t the worst decision.”

          Werner also praised Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp. who did excellent in Germany before moving to Merseyside And since then it has won the Premier League. League and Champions League: “He is one of the best coaches we have in Germany,” Werner added. “Not going to attack our manager. But over the years he has won the most trophies.” “He has a very good personality. A personality that Germans like because he looks fun.”

          “Germans will like people like Thomas Muller, Jürgen Klopp, they are understanding. They say what they think. And that’s really important in this business that there is no hypocrisy.” “He’s a real person. He’s funny and with his energy on the sidelines. He tried to bring people along with him. That’s what the Germans like.”

          Chelsea will also have a world-class coach on the pitch for the FA Cup final on Saturday as well. When Tuchel led the Blues to win the UEFA Champions League last season. And prepare to take charge of the team to play the FA Cup final for the second time in a row When asked about the quality of his team manager Werner said “Right now he is at that level… when you say who is the best manager UFABET. Now you only have Klopp, him and Pep Guardiola.”