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Timo Werner Want Liverpool Move Despite Also Holding Talks With Chelsea And Man United

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Timo Werner Want Liverpool Move Despite Also Holding Talks With Chelsea And Man United

Timo Werner is allegedly eager to seal a transfer to Liverpool or go through another season with RB Leipzig, as per the most recent on the striker’s future.

The Germany International has been the subject of much hypothesis for quite a while subsequent to impressing in the Bundesliga, he’s one of the most promising youngsters in Europe.

Presently 24 and moving toward his pinnacle, it wouldn’t be astonishing to see Werner on the transfer to a greater club, and The Athletic have connected him with the likes of Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea and Barcelona.

The Athletic claim the Reds are the player’s favored destination by some way, and that he’d preferably remain another season with his present club than acknowledge different offers.

This is in spite of Werner speaking to Man United and his agents also holding talks with Chelsea, as indicated by The Athletic.

In any case, the report clarifies that Werner has grounds for putting Liverpool ahead of other clubs “factors including the manager, team-mates, playing style and condition” refered to as his fundamental purposes behind prioritising  a transition to Anfield.

Timo Werner just wants a transfer to Liverpool

LFC apparently needn’t bother with another searching for a new striker as much as United and Chelsea, however, as they as of now have maybe the best front three, Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane.

Man United, then again, could do with somebody to ease the heat off top scorer Marcus Rashford, who had injuries in the second half of the season, in all probability because of the absence of choices Ole Gunnar Solskjaer needed to rotate in that position.

Odion Ighalo then joined on loan however Timo Werner would most likely be a predominant long term choice up front, regardless of whether the Nigerian has begun well at Old Trafford.

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Chelsea, then, do not have a top striker, regardless of whether youngster Tammy Abraham has shown potential this season, however Frank Lampard will doubtlessly need more choices after a lack of impact made by reinforcement options Olivier Giroud and Michy Batshuayi.

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