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Timo Werner has been told by RB Leipzig he can leave the club on loan in January

The former Chelsea striker could be allowed to leave RB Leipzig on loan in January.

RB Leipzig’s star forward, Timo Werner, has been given the green light to pursue a loan move during the upcoming January transfer window. This decision was communicated to the player by Rouven Schröder, signaling a potential departure for Werner from the club.

Recent reports suggest a mutual understanding between RB Leipzig and Timo Werner to explore a loan move in January, but neither Manchester United nor Real Madrid are likely to sign the striker. The striker, known for his pace and goal-scoring prowess, has attracted interest from several clubs seeking reinforcement upfront.

Speculation surrounding Werner’s departure intensified as Leipzig seemed amenable to facilitating his temporary transfer. The club’s willingness to part ways on loan underscores the player’s desire for increased playing time, which has been limited in recent fixtures.

Several clubs, including West Ham United, are reportedly eyeing Werner’s loan move, with West Ham keen to bolster their attacking options. Werner’s availability has sparked interest among clubs seeking to enhance their attacking firepower.

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Timo Werner’s stint at RB Leipzig

Timo Werner. (Source: ESPN)
Timo Werner. (Source: ESPN)

Amidst recent speculations and reports swirling around Timo Werner’s future at RB Leipzig, the German forward’s tenure at the club has become a topic of intrigue and discussion. Having been given the green light by the club’s management to explore potential loan opportunities during the upcoming winter transfer window, Werner’s trajectory at Leipzig seems poised for a probable transition.

The 27-year-old, known for his blistering pace and attacking prowess, has had a rollercoaster journey since rejoining Leipzig in 2022. His initial spell between 2016 and 2020 saw him carve his name in the club’s history books as their record goal scorer, tallying an impressive 95 goals in 159 appearances.

As numerous clubs keep an eye on the situation, Werner’s journey at Leipzig appears to be at a crossroads, igniting anticipation among fans and the football fraternity regarding his next move.

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