- Timo Werner has been tipped to be given the shirt No.11 following Pedro's departure
- The German striker wore the same shirt number for his former club and the national team
- The 24-year-old joined Chelsea from RB Leipzig for a fee around £55million
Timo Werner could get his desired squad number for Chelsea next season after Pedro Rodriguez's departure at Stamford Bridge.
The German international joined the west London club for a fee of around £55million from Bundesliga side RB Leipzig.
And Pedro's move to Serie A club Roma has left his No.11 shirt vacant which could be given to the German striker to further boost his confidence.
Werner who watched Chelsea defeat Wolves on the final matchday in the Premier League is yet to be assigned a shirt number having only just arrived at Stamford Bridge.
But the 24-year-old has been wearing shirt No.11 for his former side Leipzig and the German national team.
Confirming Pedro’s departure, Lampard said: "Pedro has played his last game for the club. The lads have just pretty much serenaded him in the changing room and rightly so because of the career he has had generally and for this club.
"It was his last Premier League game, but the impact he has had here is huge. I want to say a big thanks to Peds and wish him well as he goes forward.
"He is here for the remainder of games, but a big player of the club leaves and the spirit of the club I saw afterwards was pretty special," quoted by Daily Star.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner has said he is delighted after he sealed a sensational transfer move to Chelsea.
Werner, who had initially courted strong interest from Liverpool is understood to have resolved to move to Stamford Bridge instead.
His Chelsea switch was confirmed on Thursday, June 18, with the Blues announcing the German forward has already agreed personal terms.
Legit.ng also reported that Kepa Arrizabalaga is willing to take a pay cut to end his traumatic stay at Chelsea, The Sun Sports reports.
The 27-year-old has consistently been called out for his mistakes in between the stick for the Stamford Bridge outfit.
Chelsea's 5-3 defeat to Liverpool at Anfield has put the keeper under more scrutiny leaving their Champions League hopes hanging in the balance.
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