In an interview a few days ago, Werner talked about his process of choosing Chelsea.
Werner said: “The media always associates me with Bayern, but I don’t want anyone in the Bayern team to be embarrassed because I really have no intention to join Bayern. I want to end the affair with Bayern by myself. It is all clear that we will not be'together' in the next three or four years."
In the Champions League last season, Chelsea were eliminated by Bayern 1-7 in two rounds. Werner also admitted that he was shocked: "If I say I am not shocked, I am lying. In the first round, Chelsea lost 0-3. It does not reflect the home advantage at all. I have to admit these things because Leipzig has always played well and can play evenly against Bayern."
"However, by revealing their shortcomings, Chelsea can find their own puzzles and gradually erase the gap with Bayern, and this is what Chelsea is doing."
In the end, Werner confirmed that Rudiger played an important role in joining Chelsea: "It's really interesting and fair."
"As soon as I saw his name flashing on my phone, I knew which direction things would go in. Rudiger immediately made it clear to me:'I really want you to join our team, you It blends in with us perfectly! "It feels great when you are ready to transfer."