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The Chelsea morning headlines as Frank Lampard gives injury boost, Timo Werner’s transfer advice

Here are your Chelsea morning headlines for Saturday, February 22.

Chelsea injury boost ahead of Tottenham

Chelsea have been handed a welcome boost ahead of the crunch Premier League clash against Tottenham tomorrow afternoon.

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After sustaining a blow to the face during the Manchester United game, Andreas Christensen was a huge doubt for the game, leaving Frank Lampard with a tricky decision to make on his back four.

However, the Denmark centre-back has declared himself fit to play against Spurs, after flying to Milan to get a specialist mask fitted to his broken nose.

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And Frank Lampard has compared both Christensen and Ruben Loftus-Cheek are available for selection.

“Ruben is in the squad,” Lampard confirmed in his pre-match press conference. “He is not fit to start but in the squad.”

As expected, this update prompted a massive reaction from supporters on Twitter.

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Timo Werner advised against Liverpool move

Former Liverpool star Dietmar Hamann has advised Timo Werner to join Chelsea or Manchester United over a switch to Anfield.

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The 23-year-old is expected to be highly courted in the summer window but amid links with Liverpool, Hamann actually feels that the forward would not be best suited playing for Jurgen Klopp on Merseyside.

Instead, he believes the German international is an ideal fit for either Chelsea or United.

“I trust him to play in a very big team soon. It is of course an honour for him to be linked with Liverpool. The question is: does he match Liverpool? For me he is strongest when he comes through the middle and can use his greatest weapon: his speed.

“With (Roberto) Firmino, Liverpool have a striker who is always playable and connects a lot with his team-mates. If Werner went to Liverpool,…

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