Werner has collected five goals and eight assists in his 25 Premier League games to date. The arrow-fast right-footer does not come close to the quota from Leipzig days. Werner attributes this primarily to the major footballing change from German to English club football.
The way things are in England, you never have a quiet game. You drive to the fourth from bottom, are 0: 1 behind after 15 minutes and they park the bus in front of their gate so that you can no longer combine “, explains the 24-year-old, “
The players are 1.90 meters tall, brutally physical and really fast – including the defenders. It’s impressive what’s going on in terms of intensity in the Premier League. “
Tuchel as a fixed point
The re was no doubt in his 1000-minute dry spell without a hit. But the self-confidence was already cracked, Werner admits: “At the beginning I also had this self-image here, that if I meet, I can continue doing my thing here. I was brought down to earth in the last few months. “
With Tuchel he can now get clear instructions and small pats in German. “That is definitely a huge advantage for me”Werner admits. Feel “Almost a bit at home”. Now it is important for the former Stuttgart to increase not only the performance but also the quota. After all, the Blues paid more than 50 million euros in transfer fees last summer, especially for his accuracy.