For the RB Leipzig striker, who has accrued a total of 30 goals and 12 assists across all rivalries this season, the Reds have for some time been connected with a dip for.
Ongoing reports, be that as it may, had recommended that Liverpool had withdrawn its enthusiasm for Werner in the face of financial concerns arising from the coronavirus pandemic-with the release clause for the striker as of now set at € 60 million ( £ 52.7 million).
Liverpool is thought to have had confidential talks with RB Leipzig already, in which they laid out their plans of marking Timo Werner. The transfer saga, as the Reds and different clubs acclimate to the changing financial condition, looks liable to be a key topic in the coming months.
The Liverpool board has as of late been told by Jurgen Klopp of his aim to negotiate a deal this summer for Timo Werner.
By and by, Klopp is eager to add Germany international to his ranks at Anfield, and the Liverpool manager has made it clear that Werner will be a ‘great’ marking, according to The Guardian.
The article also indicates that Werner is resolved to transferring to Merseyside and that Liverpool should trigger the release clause for the 24-year-old until June 15.
At the finish of this season Plan, A for Liverpool was always to sign Werner.
Jurgen Klopp is set to lose Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane as they travel off into the African Cup of Nations for as long as about a month and a half next January.
The unpolished truth is that the new for possible later use attacking choices are not capable of such a drawn-out period to step capable.