German national team player Timo Werner is geared up to signal the modern European champion within the subsequent transitional duration if Liverpool will pay a € 60 million compensation, which is in Werner’s contract with RB Leipzig, British SkySport has announced.
The departure clause of RB Leipzig is legitimate until June 15 this year, so Juergen Klopp does not have plenty of time to think.
This exit clause used to be integrated into the Werner Treaty when it prolonged till then, which dedicated itself to loyalty to Leipzig until the summer season of 2023.
Liverpool is no longer the sole crew involved in the German striker, who has scored 88 goals in four seasons of taking part in his present-day squad, which he arrived in 2016 from Stuttgart. As early as the final summer, Werner used to be close to moving to Bayern, which at the time presented about 30 million euros for his arrival, and even though the deal failed, the Bavarians’ fascination did not fade.
But Liverpool has a comparative benefit over different teams. Namely, Werner has persistently referred to that Liverpool is the exceptional crew in the world, calling Juergen Klopp the first-class coach in the world. Besides, he has been increasing his English competencies for some time.