Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Collymore: “Werner to Chelsea “perfect for all concerned “

Former Reds Striker Stan Collymore thinks Werner not signing for Liverpool could be a blessing in disguise for them while also thinking Werner ‘s move to Chelsea could be “perfect for all concerned”

Collymore doesn’t believe outrightly that the German would go on and shine for Liverpool had the reds being in position to sign him.

The Ex Liverpool Striker told the Mirror about a transfer saga involving his ex team: “The deal to take Timo Werner to Chelsea is a perfect arrangement for all concerned.

“Perfect for the player, perfect for the Blues, perfect for RB Leipzig, who are trousering £53million, and perfect for Liverpool as well.


“He’s a good, solid striker with promise — an all-rounder who holds the ball up well, is mobile, gets into the box and scores goals.


“But the Liverpool fans sobbing about missing out on him can spare me the tears because he’s not Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo and the way some have reacted, you’d be forgiven for thinking he was some sort of reincarnation of both.


“Liverpool are the European champions, world champions and soon-to-be Premier League champions, and there would be massive pressure on him as the summer’s marquee signing at Anfield on the back of all that.


“Add in the fact that Liverpool already have arguably the best-balanced front three in the world and I’m struggling to see where Werner would have fitted in.


“I wouldn’t have seen him displacing any of them and, given everything that team has done together, I could even have seen him flopping.


“Why? Because walking into that dressing room would have been massively intimidating for a 24-year-old.


“At Chelsea, though, he will look around and see Tammy Abraham and Olivier Giroud, and think, ‘Yes, good players, but I’ll have that challenge’.


“He knows he’s not the finished article yet and that’s what Liverpool will be looking for even if they aren’t the sort of signings Jurgen Klopp is fabled for making.”

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