Frank Lampard is optimistic that Timo Werner and Kai Havertz will succeed at Chelsea.
The German duo managed to find the net without a few games in the 4-0 victory in the FA Cup against the team from the second league, Morecambes.
But, more worrying is that the form of the two players is not going up with The Blues who have paid a total of 145 million euros.
Lampard believes Havertz and Werner will have more success than Eden Hazard currently plays for Real Madrid.
“People who ask them should look at the other key players who have come to this country at a young age,” Lampard told talkSPORT.
“Eden Hazard is a great example. “He came here and became one of our biggest players.”
“It is not an easy transition in this championship. “It’s a difficult league and I think people who question them should be given time because they are great guys and we transferred them for now and for the future.”
“I understand the questions because it is the world we live in. “They will try to be great players for the club,” added the Blues strategist.
But while Lampard hopes Werner and Havertz will develop into Hazard-style successes, Chelsea have certainly had the right share of costly failures during the Roman Abramovich era.
Below you can see the failed transfers of the blues over the years:
Transferred from AC Milan in 2006, milionë 30 million
Transferred from Liverpool in 2011, 50 million
Transferred from Manchester City in 2005, 21 million
Transferred from Parma in 2003, 15.8 million
JUAN SEBASTIAN VERON
Transferred from Manchester United in 2003, 15 million
Transferred from Athletic Bilbao in 2018, 72 million
Transferred from Monaco in 2017, 40 million
Transferred from Real Madrid in 2017, 60 million
Transferred from CSKA Moscow in 2009, 18 million
DANNY DRINKING WATER
Transferred from Leicester City in 2017, milionë 35 million. /telegraph/