Does Timo Werner need to prove anything in the Premier League, he asked? Depending on who you ask. Ultimately, Werner must ask himself, “Do I need to improve in any way to play in the Premier League?” Most likely, in the case that you ask most people.
Perhaps for that reason, he will interpret this move as an opportunity to improve upon his previous performance. Though he had the trophy to show for winning the Champions League, he still needed to get better in front of goal overall.
“Given the way Spurs play football, he’ll be up against goalkeepers in many situations, trying to score goals.” Thus, if he rectifies this during his time at Chelsea, he will have sufficient evidence to assert, “I’ve improved.”
“I like that this signing was made so early in the transfer window; however, I believe it was a calculated move. He has been identified by the manager as someone he wants on his team.
Werner will succeed at Spurs if his goal-scoring performance improves from his Chelsea days. He will play the same way at Chelsea if he keeps missing simple opportunities.
“We will soon find out if he will benefit from Ange Postecoglu’s man management style, but if I had to guess, I would assume Werner would have spoken with the manager and made the decision to go and join Spurs on the basis of that.”
“Werner wishes to demonstrate to the world that he is capable of playing in the Premier League and has grown as a person. It’s fantastic that he has another chance in the Premier League. In what way will Tottenham and the manager help him? Let’s see.
“So far, Ange has demonstrated that he understands how to manage his players and that they are capable of playing the way he desires. Timo won’t be an exception to that rule, in my opinion, as long as he follows Ange’s instructions to use his speed, seize goal-scoring opportunities, and finish them.