Man United have made contact to sign £52million star – Face competition

Timo Werner Germany

Liverpool fans would be devastated if Timo Werner ends up signing for Manchester United.

The German international has been linked with the Merseysiders for a long time and the latest reports do suggest that they are in pole position to hire his services. However, the Anfield club have asked for more time to assess the situation due to the COVID-19 crisis and the Kaiser could consider offers from other PL clubs as well. (The Guardian).

Transfer: Liverpool in pole position to sign £100,000-a-week star wanted by Man United – Report

According to Bild, the 24-year-old striker’s departure from RB Leipzig is looking likely this summer and the race to secure his signature is underway in England.

The renowned German source have mentioned that Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has to act swiftly if he wants to lure his countryman because Man United and Chelsea have made contact with the player’s representatives in order to sign him.

Werner was in world class form for Leipzig before the current campaign was halted due to the ongoing pandemic. In all competitions, he scored 27 goals and provided 12 assists in just 36 appearances.

In the Bundesliga, he netted 21 goals, five fewer than leading goalscorer Robert Lewandowski.

As far as his international career is concerned, so far, the German has played 29 times under the management of Joachim Low and scored 11 goals for the four time World Cup winners.

We have been in search of a proven quality finisher since the departure of Romelu Lukaku last summer. As a Man United supporter, I would absolutely love it if do beat our arch rivals Liverpool to secure the signing of Timo Werner.

His current contract with the Bundesliga side will expire in 2023 and as per reports (Sport), he could leave for around £52million.

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  1. Man United should not sleep on such a player,and these days Man Utd are like Arsenal, Just talk about a player but don’t buy.

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