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Chelsea and Liverpool have few days left to sign Timo Werner from RB Leipzig

RB Leipzig striker’s release clause will lapse in under a fortnight meaning Chelsea and Liverpool must act if they need to make sure about the £49m move

Chelsea and Liverpool have 2 weeks to trigger Timo Werner’s £49m release clause at RB Leipzig.

The German has been productive this season and has been connected with a move away from the Bundesliga outfit.

His release condition of £49m lapses on June 15 however and will make making sure about a deal progressively troublesome.

Timo Werner is enthused about a change to the Premier League with Liverpool the leaders, but they are want to pay the fee given their current financial related circumstance.

The 24-year-old is quick to join a team in the Champions League with Chelsea and Manchester United also reaching the player, reports Sky Sports.

RB Leipzig secured Werner to another contract the previous summer that runs until 2023, but the release clause takes into account an early exit should it be initiated.

The German scored 32-goal so far this season and it’s the best return in a single season with 25 of those coming in the Bundesliga.

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RB Leipzig manager Julian Nagelsmann recently conceded that Timo Werner’s adventures will open doors for him and knows that he could look somewhere else.

He is feeling acceptable, feels better and prepares well, the Leipzig manager told SportBild.

I don’t have the feeling that he is conveying a huge cross with him. However, he is still young and makes certain to sit at home with his wife and consider whether he will remain or change.

At the point when the inquiry is in the room, you are consistently a tad elsewhere. It was the same for me than when in Hoffenheim, it was about whether I leave.

It’s progressively clear with strikers, since then there are stages in which they don’t score.

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