- Timo Werner has not been impressive this season for Chelsea in the EPL
- Frank Lampard has explained that he is ready to help the German develop his games
- The Englishman also turned his back to comparison between Werner and Torres
Frank Lampard who is the handler of Premier League side Chelsea has confirmed his readiness to help German striker Timo Werner find his rhythm this season for the Blues in all competitions.
The 24-year-old star is one of the biggest signings for Chelsea before the start of the ongoing Premier League season, but he has not been impressive since he got to Stamford Bridge.
In his last ten Premier League games for Chelsea, Timo Werner has not been able to score any goal for Chelsea which has brought comparison between him and former striker Torres.
Torres also had serious troubled time at Chelsea when he got to Stamford Bridge even though the Spaniard won the Champions League title.
According to the report on UK Sun, Frank Lampard has made it clear that Timo Werner should not be compared with Torres stressing that the German will soon start netting for Chelsea.
"All players will experience it in their career. All eyes are on and it becomes magnified. I need to work with him on it.
"I'm not comparing him to anybody. Everybody is different, Torres had difficult times here but won the Champions League.
"All we need to do is create the best environment to get the best out of Timo.
"You must repeat, keep working and he needs to keep his head down and focus, I need to give him positivity."
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how after spending 10 years at Stamford Bridge with Chelsea getting only one League game for the Blues, Brazilian striker Lucas Piazon has joined Braga on a permanent deal.
The Blues actually signed Lucas Paizon from Sao Paulo in 2011, but he was only eligible for a work permit to start in January 2012.
Piazon technically leaves as Chelsea's longest-serving player though he made just three senior appearances for the Blues which all came nine years ago.
Roberto Di Matteo was n charge of the Blues then when Lucas Piazo got his only Premier League game for Chelsea.
Due to lack of active playing time at Chelsea, Lucas Piazo had spells at Malaga, Vitesse Arnhem, Eintracht Frankfurt, Reading, Fulham, Chievo and Rio Ave.
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