I had one laughing, crying eye – Timo Werner rates his time at Chelsea
Timo Werner, a former forward for Chelsea, spoke candidly about his time at Stamford Bridge and insisted that he was crying with one eye while laughing with the other.
Werner recently returned to Bundesliga club RB Leipzig during the summer transfer window and acknowledged that his time at Chelsea wasn't the best.
The German international was forthcoming about his time at Chelsea in a recent interview with the German FA's official website (via Football London).
Personally, it wasn't the best time, Werner said. I had imagined something more.
I learned a lot, won the Champions League and other trophies. I enjoyed the two years abroad very much – and I enjoyed London very much. I had one laughing eye and one crying eye. "
The 26-year-old added, “In Leipzig, not everything went smoothly in the first few weeks, but the football under the new coach suits me very well and prepares me for what is required in the national team.”
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