Germany international and RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner is edging closer to the end of his contract with the club and German media outlet Bild via Free Football Tips claimed he’s unwilling to extend his contract.
It’s believed as per our Free Football Tips sources that Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is a longtime admirer of the 22-year-old forward who has a running contract with Bundesliga current league leaders.
Chelsea according to reports, are believed to be interested in signing the 55-goal hero in the January transfer market as Sarri continues his search for a striker skilled enough to provide 20 goals in a season.
Free Football Tips sources revealed that RB Leipzig are going to let go of the player for nothing less than £60m and it’s unlikely neither the Reds nor the Blues will splash such amount on the German starlet.
That said, we have highlighted two reason here on Free Football Tips on why we believe Liverpool winning the race to Timo Werner’s signing this January or in the summer would highly a huge swoop for the Merseysiders:
Werner is a tested and trusted goalscorer
Scoring 55 goals in less than 100 matches is a great feat for a player of his age, hence, German international is a striker who can score goals at any time and from any position.
His ability to create chances for his fellow strikers is another character that would be hugely appreciated by Klopp.
Football Tips claims he’s versatility is needed at Anfield
Werner doesn’t have a permanent position on the pitch, though he’s often seen at the no 9 position, because he plays in diverse positions. Infact, the youngster often track back to help the team at the back when there are needs to do so.
He’s currently Germany’s most in-form striker and going for a player of such caliber isn’t out of place and it’s definitely going to bolster the Reds chances of defeating Manchester City in the Premier League’s title race.
He is a perfect match with Klopp’s playing style
Klopp wants his strikers to press defenders and sometimes make them commit fouls in dangerous positions. This playing strategy is equally the way the German youngster operates.
Werner has much aggression and determination to press and dribble defenders. He always move the ball to the flanks in order to create chances for his teammates in a perfect goalscoring position and then lay eagle-eyed passes for them to finish.
As long as Werner’s price tag does not exceed £80m, it’s advisable the Reds intensify their move for the wonderful and free-scoring striker in order to capture his signature ahead of Chelsea and other interested suitors.
Our free football tips transfer betting tips are backing the Premier League leaders to break the bank for the signing of the Germany international should Leipzig’s deem him available for transfer this January or in the summer.