Timo Werner drops major hint over RB Leipzig exit amid Chelsea, Liverpool and Man United links

RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner has hinted that he would like to play in England or Spain at some point in the future.

The Germany international was linked with a move to the Premier League during the January transfer window, with the Daily Mirror claiming he was a £60m target for Chelsea and Liverpool.

Manchester United were also mentioned in the gossip columns as they sought cover for Marcus Rashford before signing Odion Ighalo on loan until the end of the season.

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In the end, Werner stayed at the Red Bull Arena and will be key to Julian Nagelsmann’s side hopes of winning the Bundesliga title as well as getting past Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League.

But will he be on the move in the summer?

Werner is aware of all the speculation and has refused to rule out a move to England in the future, but for now he’s concentrating on matters with RB Leipzig.

“Of course, if you scored 20 goals at the age of 23 in the course of the season so far, that will arouse prospects,” he told Kicker. “That is clear.

“But as of now I am not worried about what will happen in the future.

“We are now facing important games that are crucial for the rest of the season. I want to focus on that. I can think about my future at some point later.”

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