Latest Chelsea transfer news: Timo Werner makes transfer decision, Nathan Ake update

Chelsea continued their push towards Champions League football on Saturday after beating Burnley 3-0.

The Blues hold a five-point lead over Manchester United in fourth and closed the gap on Leicester City after their defeat to Southampton.

Off the field, there is plenty of speculation linking Frank Lampard’s side with a host of players in the January transfer window.

Chelsea are yet to spend a penny under Lampard but with their transfer ban lifted, that could all change this month.

Here, we round-up the day’s latest Chelsea transfer news.

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Timo Werner transfer decision

RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner
(Image: ROBERT MICHAEL/AFP/Getty Images)

Manchester United and Chelsea target Timo Werner won’t be leaving Red Bull Leipzig this month.

The German striker is open to leaving the Bundesliga side, with a host of European suitors keen on his signature.

However, according to the latest reports from  Express Sport , Werner wants to stay at Leipzig until the end of the season.

Werner has scored 18 goals and registered six assists from 17 matches so far to fire his side to the top of the table.

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Giroud “agrees Inter move”

Olivier Giroud gestures against West Ham United (Image: Ben STANSALL / AFP)

Olivier Giroud has agreed a move to Inter Milan to team up with former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte.

The French striker is expected to leave the Blues this month after starting only one Premier League game all season.

Giroud is out of contract in the summer and according to  the latest reports , he will join Conte’s side this month, rather than in the summer.

The Frenchman is keen to get some game time in a hope to keep his place in the France team for EURO2020.

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