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Timo Werner was expected to hit the ground running, after a £47million move from Red Bull Leipzig in the summer. The 24-year-old came with a reputation as one of Europe’s most deadly strikers but he has lacked the confidence to score in recent weeks.
Werner missed a penalty in the FA Cup victory over Luton Town and was in sheer frustration after the keeper saved his shot.
Chelsea now have a new boss in Thomas Tuchel, and the German gaffer is expected to bring out the best of Werner and Kai Havertz who has also struggled since joining Chelsea.
For Chelsea’s leading scorer Tammy Abraham, he believes that Werner is a quality player and will definitely come good at the end.
“I feel that to be a new player coming into the Premier League it is never easy,” Abraham said.
“I have had my struggles last season where I went a couple of games without scoring myself, so I know the pressure that comes with it.
“You just have to keep getting into the right areas and putting yourself out there.
“One thing I love about Timo is that even in hard times he always works his socks off. He is a top player and it is always good to have those players around you.
“As a striker you just have to keep making the runs and getting yourself in those positions. Eventually it will come for you.”