Liverpool accepts defeat as Chelsea agreed deal for Timo Werner
Liverpool have supposedly surrendered rout in their quest for RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner, and the Reds won’t rival Chelsea for the striker’s services.
Earlier in the day, it was accounted for that Frank Lampard’s side have agreed a deal to bring the 24-year-old to Stamford Bridge on a five-year contract.
Liverpool have for quite some time been credited with an enthusiasm for the productive frontman, however apparently Chelsea have beaten them in the race for Timo Werner’s signature.
Jurgen Klopp’s side were as far as anyone knows hesitant to trigger the Germany international’s £54m release clause in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, and as indicated by the Evening Standard, Liverpool won’t endeavor to seize Chelsea’s offered for the previous Stuttgart man.
The report guarantees that Klopp is positive about the capacity of his present attackers – with Divock Origi and Takumi Minamino expected to get down to business while Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane participate in the Africa Cup of Nations one year from now.
Timo Werner has scored multiple times in the Bundesliga during the 2019-20 campaign as RB Leipzig lie third in the table.