Where is next for the $ 85 million advance of RB Leipzig?

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It has been a fantastic race for the Bundesliga scorer title this season. On Saturday, Timo Werner scored twice against Union Berlin to become the first Bundesliga player to score 20 goals. On Sunday, Robert Lewandowski scored from the spot for his twentieth goal of the season. & Nbsp;

Werner’s performance was vital in the triumph of Leipzig since the 3-1 victory over Union Berlin. “We show great morale in the second half,” Werner said after the game. “We weren’t happy and we wanted to accelerate. That was exactly what we did and we changed the game, just as we did & lsqb; in the 3-1 victory & rsqb; against Augsburg.”

Both strikers needed only 18 games this season to reach the score. An incredible feat and an intriguing battle, especially when one considers that many thought that the two strikers would become teammates last summer. But Bayern Munich chose not to go after Werner, instead, the striker signed a contract extension that, according to a kicker report, includes an exit clause of 50 million euros next summer. & Nbsp;

The existence of the exit clause is undeniable. As was Werner’s desire to join Bayern Munich last summer. But Bayern chose to target Leroy Sané and the Manchester City end remains the number one goal for the Rekordmeister in the future. & Nbsp;

Although, according to the kicker report, well-informed circles claim that Leroy Sané’s move to Bayern is still not safe. The report suggests that Bayern will have to start negotiations with Manchester City from the beginning. However, those close to the agreement are optimistic that Sané will join Bayern Munich in the summer of 2020. & nbsp;

There, Sané could join another German star in Kai Havertz, which has also been strongly linked to a transfer to the Bavarian capital. With Bayern pointing to those two stars, there is little financial room to land Werner in the summer.

In addition, the question is whether Werner and Bayern have the appetite to reach an agreement. Werner was interested in moving to Munich last summer. But Bayern’s cold shoulder and Sané’s preference for signing Sané means that Werner finally chose to renew his contract in Leipzig.

A decision that has worked great for the 23-year-old Stuttgart native. Under Leipzig head coach Julian Nagelsmann, Werner has appeared in 100% of his club’s initial XI and has played 94% of Leipzig’s general minutes. Nagelsmann also seems to have found the perfect configuration to get the best out of the striker, Werner has participated in 50% of the goals scored by the Bundesliga leaders. & Nbsp;

Werner’s totals are really fantastic. The 23-year-old has scored 25 goals and ten assists in 26 competitive games this season. In the Bundesliga, Werner has scored every 76 minutes. As a result, & nbsp;Transfermarkt& nbsp; The market value of the forward has recently improved from $ 74.1 million to $ 85.5 million. & nbsp;

With this in mind, his exit clause of € 50 million ($ 55 million) would be a real steal for any club interested in the striker. On Monday, the kicker reported that Manchester United was seriously interested in the striker. Meanwhile, the Spanish newspaper Sport reported that Barcelona might be interested in a possible winter transfer, an unlikely scenario considering that Leipzig is currently on its way to its first Bundesliga title. & Nbsp;

Then there is Liverpool, the club run by Jürgen Klopp. Red signed Japanese forward & nbsp;Takumi Minamino of Red Bull Salzburg in the winter.& nbsp; Werner and Minamino are not identical players, but they would use part of the same space, that does not mean Liverpool is out of the race, however. Werner could enter if Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino or Sadio Mané choose to leave the club and Liverpool fails in their quest to sign the star of Borussia Dortmund, Jadon Sancho. & Nbsp;

There is no doubt that Werner, in his current form, would be perfect for Liverpool. Perhaps the second best fit, behind RB Leipzig under Julian Nagelsmann.

Manuel Veth is the editor in chief of & nbsp;Futbolgrad Network& nbsp; and the Area Manager USA in & nbsp;Transfermarkt. It has also been published in The Guardian, Newsweek, Howler, & nbsp;Pro Soccer USA, & nbsp;and several other points of sale. Follow him on Twitter: & nbsp;@ManuelVeth& nbsp;

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It has been a fantastic race for the Bundesliga scorer title this season. On Saturday, Timo Werner scored twice against Union Berlin to become the first Bundesliga player to score 20 goals. On Sunday, Robert Lewandowski scored from the spot for his twentieth goal of the season.

Werner’s performance was vital in the triumph of Leipzig since the 3-1 victory over Union Berlin. “We show great morale in the second half,” Werner said after the game. “We weren’t happy and we wanted to level up. That was exactly what we did and we changed the game, just like we did.” [in the 3-1 win] against Augsburg. “

Both strikers needed only 18 games this season to reach the score. An incredible feat and an intriguing battle, especially when one considers that many thought that the two strikers would become teammates last summer. But Bayern Munich chose not to go after Werner, instead, the striker signed a contract extension that, according to a kicker report, includes an exit clause of 50 million euros next summer.

The existence of the exit clause is undeniable. As was Werner’s desire to join Bayern Munich last summer. But Bayern chose to target Leroy Sané and the Manchester City end remains the number one goal for the Rekordmeister in the future.

Although, according to the kicker report, well-informed circles claim that Leroy Sané’s move to Bayern is still not safe. The report suggests that Bayern will have to start negotiations with Manchester City from the beginning. However, those who are close to the agreement are optimistic that Sané will join Bayern Munich in the summer of 2020.

There, Sané could join another German star in Kai Havertz, which has also been strongly linked to a transfer to the Bavarian capital. With Bayern pointing to those two stars, there is little financial room to land Werner in the summer.

In addition, the question is whether Werner and Bayern have the appetite to reach an agreement. Werner was interested in moving to Munich last summer. But Bayern’s cold shoulder and Sané’s preference for signing Sané means that Werner finally chose to renew his contract in Leipzig.

A decision that has worked great for the 23-year-old Stuttgart native. Under Leipzig head coach Julian Nagelsmann, Werner has appeared in 100% of his club’s initial XI and has played 94% of Leipzig’s general minutes. Nagelsmann also seems to have found the perfect configuration to get the best out of the striker, Werner has participated in 50% of the goals scored by the Bundesliga leaders.

Werner’s totals are really fantastic. The 23-year-old has scored 25 goals and ten assists in 26 competitive games this season. In the Bundesliga, Werner has scored every 76 minutes. As a result, Transfermarkt has recently updated the forward market value of $ 74.1 million to $ 85.5 million.

With this in mind, his exit clause of € 50 million ($ 55 million) would be a real steal for any club interested in the striker. On Monday, the kicker reported that Manchester United was seriously interested in the striker. Meanwhile, the Spanish newspaper Sport reported that Barcelona might be interested in a possible winter transfer, an unlikely scenario considering that Leipzig is currently on its way to its first Bundesliga title.

Then there is Liverpool, the club run by Jürgen Klopp. The Red signed Japanese striker Takumi Minamino of Red Bull Salzburg in the winter. Werner and Minamino are not identical players, but they would use part of the same space, that does not mean Liverpool is out of the race, however. Werner could enter if Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino or Sadio Mané choose to leave the club and Liverpool fails in their quest to sign the star of Borussia Dortmund, Jadon Sancho.

There is no doubt that Werner, in his current form, would be perfect for Liverpool. Perhaps the second best fit, behind RB Leipzig under Julian Nagelsmann.

Manuel Veth is the editor in chief of the Futbolgrad Network and the Area Manager USA in Transfermarkt. It has also been published in The Guardian, Newsweek, Howler, Pro Soccer USA, and several other points of sale. Follow him on Twitter: @ManuelVeth

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