Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Man United Plan SHOCK Move For Timo Werner In January

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Manchester United are planning a shock move which could see them land a move for Timo Werner, MySportDab reports.

The German international has been put on the market by RB Leipzig who will be hoping they can cash out of the player in January.

Other Premier League club including Manchester United have joined the race which could see them make a move happen when the window open for business.

The Old Trafford club are looking to sell or loan Jadon Sancho who have been facing ban by the club manager after a burst out with Erik Ten Hag.

The forward time with Chelsea was short as he wasn’t able to prove the solution to the club goal scoring problems during his time playing.

Although Timo Werner was crucial to Chelsea winning the UEFA Champions League with his impressive stats both with assists and goals.

His time came to an end after a return back to RB Leipzig was completed and he also accepted going back to Germany where he discovered his form again.

His time in Germany have been solid enough but his club are now looking to offload him in the January window as they want to get a good value for him.

According to reports reaching us from Transfer News Live, they confirmed Manchester United are planning a shock move for Timo Werner as a possible addition to their attack.

Here Is What Was Said:

“Manchester United are eyeing a potential move for Timo Werner in January.

“No formal offers or negotiations at this stage, but enquiries have been made about the RB Leipzig striker.

They will be taking everything into consideration before making the move happen in January which is intended to coverup for Jadon Sancho who is expected to leave.

Timo Werner experience might come useful or proved to have changed if the move happen after his time with Chelsea which showed a glimpse of what he can do with a team.

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