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Update: RB Leipzig’s Timo Werner set to travel to London on Sunday to meet with Tottenham Hotspur

Back to England?

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Update: Saturday January 6th, 8:35AM EST — Werner on his way to London

Per Sky Sport journalist Florian Plettenberg, RB Leipzig’s Timo Werner will set off for London on Sunday. Werner believes that a move to Tottenham Hotspur will help his chances to make the German national team for the Euros this summer:

Details Timo #Werner: If everything goes well today, the 27 y/o is expected to travel to the Spurs tomorrow ✈️

➡️ It’s a 6-months-loan

➡️ Final negotiations currently underway ✔️

Verbal agreement between Werner & @SpursOfficial is done as revealed. Werner wants to join Spurs and Postecoglou to keep his chances alive for the EUROs.

@SkySportDE


RB Leipzig is chasing Bayer Leverkusen and Bayern Munich for the Bundesliga title, while also being in the midst of a transition as a squad.

That the club has achieved such good results so far this season is impressive.

As seems to be the cycle at the club, though, more and more veterans have left — or are on the verge of leaving — to make way for younger players.

Timo Werner, once the centerpiece of Leipzig’s attack, seems to be the next veteran player ready to make an exit.

According to Sky Sport journalist Florian Plettenberg, Werner could be heading head off to Tottenham Hotspur to help the club replace the scoring void left by current Bayern Munich striker Harry Kane:

More on Timo #Werner and our exclusive news / @philipphinze24:

➡️ Tottenham is likely to cover his salary until the end of the season

➡️ There has been significant movement in the poker since yesterday!

Werner, he’s ready to join @SpursOfficial on a 6-months-loan immediately! Final details between the clubs will be clarified today ✔️

@SkySportDE

Werner, who has been battling injuries this season, is among the established players caught up in a club that is transitioning generations. A six-month loan could benefit both parties, but only if Werner is healthy, confident, and in-form. If any of those three components are missing from Werner’s game, the arrangement likely will not pan out.

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