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Timo Werner going nowhere as Thomas Tuchel makes decision amid Real Madrid interest

German international Timo Werner has emerged as a surprise first target for Carlo Ancelotti at Real Madrid, however, Chelsea have been unwavering in their stance not to sell him.

Werner joined the Blues from RB Leipzig last summer when Chelsea activated his £47.5million release clause, however, he has failed to hit the ground running.

However, Werner still bagged 12 goals, making him Chelsea’s joint-top goalscorer, and Thomas Tuchel is still high on the German striker.

And Chelsea are set to rebuff any approaches Los Blancos make towards the German striker, as the La Liga outfit will be forced to look elsewhere.

Werner ended his season lifting the Champions League trophy

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Ancelotti is in the market for a striker, and despite Real’s interest in Werner, PSG’s megastar Kylian Mbappe remains the top target in Madrid.

But, Mbappe and Werner aren’t the only attackers wanted by Los Blancos, and Ancelotti – who walked out of Goodison Park earlier this month – could add insult to injury for the Toffees.

The Italian has labelled Dominic Calvert-Lewin as the ‘complete striker’, and he could launch a £50million bid for the Englishman.

And with Everton growing under increasing financial burden, they may have no choice but to accept the bid.

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Ancelotti could be looking to make a move for Calvert-Lewin
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Werner helped Chelsea to Champions League success last season, and he was a central part of the side, finishing in the top four after being labelled mid-table mediocrity in January.

Tuchel’s men will be hoping to mount a title charge next season, and Tuchel looks to remain part of the plans.

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