Atletico Madrid Set To Hijack Timo Werner Move To Bayern (DETAILS)

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Atletico Madrid have joined the race to sign Timo Werner who is being targeted by Bayern Munich, MySportDab reports.

The Spanish side are looking to hijack the move from Bayern Munich who attended are strongly linked with a move.

Timo Werner is now attracting interests from Atletico Madrid who are also looking to make a move happen next window.

Bayern Munich are looking at making the Chelsea man a replacement for Robert Lewandowski who could leave or retire soon.

Timo Werner might be considering making a move elsewhere as his place in the team isn’t guaranteed anymore with Lukaku arrival.

Thomas Tuchel confirmed the German won’t be making a move elsewhere as he want him to remain with the club.

Atletico Madrid are the latest club to enter the race to sign Timo Werner from Chelsea, according to reports reaching us from Transfer Market Web.

Timo Werner has struggled for goals during his time at Stamford Bridge since making the move away from RB Leipzig.

The striker has fallen down the pecking order after the signing of Romelu Lukaku who is also currently on goal drought.

Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund are both interested, and now the Liga champions are also said to be monitoring the situation.

A move could be on the table as the Spanish side also need a striker with Joao Felix falling down from glory days of getting the goals.

Timo Werner started for Chelsea in their 3-1 win against Southampton which saw him scoring the second goal after his first was ruled out by VAR.

Timo Werner

This could mean something good and a chance for the German who could remain at Stamford Bridge beyond this season and next.

If a move will happen, then Chelsea would demand huge fee from any club looking to sign him away from them.

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