Chelsea new signing Timo Werner has opened up on his adaptation period at Chelsea since moving to London.

The Germany international who joined Chelsea from RB Leipzig in a £49m deal in June talks about his adaption in London.

“My apartment is very nice, I feel happy there and also the city of London is brilliant,” he told Chelsea’s Fifth Stand App.

“For me, London is one of the best cities in the world so I’m really happy. When you take a few days away, the weather was also very good! Yes, I’m very happy and settling in well.

“When I first came to England it was hard to understand everyone’s English because I haven’t had to speak this language since my school days.

“It’s not been as hard as I expected though, everyone has helped me settle in. People have spoken very slowly so I can understand and right now I feel very happy. I can understand everything and communicate in English.”

Werner scored his first Chelsea goal in a friendly game against Brighton at the Amex Stadium last weekend.

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