RB Leipzig Star Timo Werner has finally made a decision regarding his future amid transfer links, MySportDab reports.
Timo Werner has decided that he wants to leave the German Bundesliga this summer and frontman ruled out joining Bayern Munich.
The 24-year-old is linked with a move to Liverpool in summer and is still desperate to work under Jurgen Klopp.
The Reds were working on paying his £52million release clause before the coronavirus pandemic.
However, Werner has made it clear he wants to join Liverpool in almost every interview.
Speaking to German Newspaper Bild, Werner again revealed his desire for a new challenge in another country.
“Bayern remain a top club, we never talk about it, and Hansi Flick has proven he’s a really good coach,” Werner said.
“But if a transfer becomes adamant, I would be interested in a move abroad than to Bayern.
“The challenge of another league appeals to me alot more than moving to another Bundesliga club.
“Of course, it is very important that there is always mutual respect as much as possible.
“It is one of the reasons I chose RB Leipzig at the time, and why I would choose a new club for my next step in another country.”
MySportDab understands Liverpool, Manchester United, Inter Milan, Juventus and Chelsea are still interested in Werner.
According to the Daily Mirror, Liverpool’s plans to sign Werner has now changed.
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