Former Blues player José Bosingwa has declared that struggling Chelsea striker Timo Werner will come good at the club and his recent struggles have been as a result of him changing leagues. The Stamford Bridge club paid a hefty fee to German Bundesliga outfit RB Leipzig last summer to complete the signing of the German international striker but after joining the Blues, he became a different player from what he was known for.

Before leaving Leipzig, Werner was one of the best strikers in the league and attracted interest from a host of European clubs, including Liverpool and Manchester City. The striker was reportedly close to joining the Reds but changed his mind and decided to move to Stamford Bridge instead.

Upon signing for Chelsea under former manager Frank Lampard, the hopes were high for the star forward to perform due to his record in the Bundesliga with Leipzig. In his first few games for Chelsea, Werner was showing signs of good things to come and fans became excited that they had finally gotten a proven striker. However, after those first few games, the brilliant sparkles of fine performances waned off.

Having come under criticism in recent times for his recent show of below-par performances, he has started showing signs of redemption and could well be on his way back to his best form.

Speaking on Werner’s time at Stamford Bridge, Bosingwa said fans need to be patient with the German star because he needs a little more time to adapt to the playing style in the Premier League. Bosingwa said the fact that Chelsea have had two different managers since Werner arrived is enough reason for the striker to encounter a little difficulty in adjusting to the club, and it’s only a matter of time before he starts producing the goods.