Timo Werner Joins Chelsea This Summer.
Previous Liverpool protector Jamie Carragher accepts his previous club could have profited by having Timo Werner inside their positions as they were held to a goalless attract the previous evening’s Merseyside derby against Everton at Goodison Park.
In their first game back after the coronavirus shutdown, Liverpool, who face Crystal Palace at Anfield on Wednesday night, neglected to take another goliath stride towards their first class title in quite a while, as they were disappointed by the most outstanding adversaries in a void Goodison Park.
Playing just because since early-March, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp settled on two or three stun choices when it came to naming his firing line-up, with both Andy Robertson and star man Mohamed Salah left on the seat.
Instead of Salah, January select Takumi Minamino was given his first Premier League start and he battled to fill the void that had been left empty by the Egyptian.
What’s more, presently, Carragher, who was co-commentating on the game for Sky Sports, trusts Liverpool would have profited by having Werner, who will join Chelsea this mid year from RB Leipzig, as a substitute for Salah, as he would have had the option to give the pace that Salah so regularly shows to extend restriction guards.
You referenced the Werner circumstance, Martin [Tyler],” Carragher revealed to Sky Sports. “It’s fascinating without somebody who gives that pace and infiltration like [Mohamed] Salah.