Timo Werner has actually exposed that a sweet tooth assisted to turn him into the deadly finisher he is today, with the ₤ 47.5 million ($ 59m) Chelsea striker beginning betting cash from his dad that enabled him to purchase "a lot of candy". "It's very different to Germany but I'm looking forward to it". "Chelsea is a big club and a club that always wants to win", said Werner on Wednesday.
Havertz's was deployed on the right-hand side for Chelsea at Brighton, and whilst admitting he can effectively play in a number of roles, the 21-year-old believes he plays his best football in a central position.
"I watched the Premier League as a kid very often with my brother and my parents, so it seems a little unreal for me and my family that I'm now sitting here and playing for a club like Chelsea".
I'm trying to focus on football and trying to play my best football here in Chelsea. That was one of the reasons I came here'. "To be honest I am happy to stay on the pitch and I think I am flexible".
On Mount, Lampard continued: "I love working with the young players here and it helps if Mason says those nice things about me, I like it".
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"And I think the whole Premier League fits very well to my style of football, because it's so fast, and fast players have really good space".
'You are not only a player to him but a person.
"I'll support them through that time and hopefully we will see a lot of great things really soon".
But Lampard also had a lot to with it.
'He told me it is very good and fun to play here, that it's a very big club that wants to win and that can win because they have the facilities for that. But he called me a lot, sent me a lot of text messages and (sent) media where he showed me where he wants me to play and the style of football he wants ...
"I played as a right-winger, as a No.10, as a No.6, No.8 and sometimes as a striker as well". I found out a lot from the supervisor [Julian Nagelsmann] about the playing design.
"I think it was a hard decision but I am very, very excited and proud and happy that I decided like this", Werner told a news conference".