“Manchester United and Chelsea in touch with Timo Werner’s agent” – but RB Leipzig striker “awaits an offer” from Liverpool as he seeks a £ 52m Premier League change
- Manchester United and Chelsea are both trying to get closer to Timo Werner
- But RB Leipzig striker still awaits official Liverpool offer
- Wanted German has £ 52m release clause in contract
Both Manchester United and Chelsea are said to have been in touch with Timo Werner’s agent over the possibility of signing the much-wanted striker.
According to Sport Bild football director Christian Falk, Twitter, the two clubs rushed, although the German is still awaiting an offer from Liverpool.
The RB Leipzig striker, valued at £ 52 million, has been one of the hottest prospects in European football in recent years and is believed to be looking to move into the Premier League.
Many renowned European clubs seek the services of RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner
Manchester United and Chelsea are said to have contacted the wanted German
A summer outing seemed very likely before the suspension of football two months ago, and despite the current uncertainty, it still seems destined to leave the club as soon as possible.
Liverpool are keen on its services, but fear the impact of the coronavirus crisis on the transfer market.
They apparently asked Werner representatives for more time to submit an official offer to RB Leipzig.
He is anxious to sign his next contract outside the Bundesliga and has informed Bayern Munich that a decision will not be viable.
Werner has scored 88 goals in 150 appearances for Leipzig and at 24 has his best years ahead of him.
However, the striker would await an official Liverpool offer from Jurgen Klopp
United and Chelsea could be boosted by the fact that Liverpool already has a good three front
It would be Liverpool’s main acquisition of the summer if they decided to move, although some wondered if they should recruit the Leipzig star.
Roberto Firmino’s first three, Mo Salah and Sadio Mane were among the best triumvirates in Europe and it seems difficult for Werner to break into the side.
In addition, there was a report earlier this week that the Reds would not be signing big names this summer as they prepared for financial losses, which could perhaps help. to United and Chelsea in their pursuit.
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