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Chelsea icon praises Timo Werner: 'He is an instinctive talent.'

Mon 23 November 2020 | 21:27

The previous Blues star has been dazzled by the mid-year transfer at Stamford Bridge, expecting the productive striker to compete for the Golden Boot.

Timo Werner

has an "instinctive" talent in the

Eden Hazard

form, tells Chelsea icon

Alan Hudson

, with the German frontman expected to flourish in the meandering position that the whiz Belgian once did. 

The Blues funded vigorously to improve their attacking side in the summer.

Hakim Ziyech

and

Kai Havertz

have been added, with Werner to give the final result. 

He has adapted splendidly during the initial stretches of his time in England, found the net eight times in 13 appearances. There is the guarantee of additional to come from the 24-year-old as he keeps on discovering his full potential at London Blues. 

Werner's adaptability vows to make him a valuable resource for

Frank Lampard

, with the previous RB Leipzig forward equipped for working down the center or from the flanks. 

Chelsea

has just utilized him in both positions, as they once did with Hazard, and Hudson accepts an expected charm of things to come is equipped for imitating one from the ongoing past. 

“Werner is instinctive and needs to be left to roam, like Hazard, he has no real position and flits through the game sometimes unnoticed and then will pounce." said the Chelsea legend to CaughtOffside.

“I like him a lot and had he taken his chances at the weekend the Golden Boot is there for him, but it still is, he is a thrilling player with a great eye for goal and can also play the other part of assisting, he is a very clever player, not quite a Eden Hazard but who is?”

W

erner has been bumped out of the Number 9 character of late by

Tammy Abraham

, with the England international forward opening back in as Chelsea lookout for Christian Pulisic and Kai Havertz to recuperate full wellness. 

Abraham has been flourishing in another look forefront, scoring in every one of his last three matches, yet Hudson isn't persuaded the 23-year-old will be a drawn-out alternative to lead the line for Lampard.

 “If Chelsea are looking to reach not only the top but become a real European force again, Abraham is not the answer, despite scoring goals, because a blind man could score goals in this team because they create so many chances. He is a very decent player but to become a force in the 

Champions League

, Chelsea need something better to led the line.”


source: SportMob