Werner could leave Chelsea and go back to his ex club

Berlin: The news said today, Tuesday, that the club German of Leipzig is in talks with Chelsea on the possibility of returning German striker Timo Werner to Leipzig. And the “Sky” television network reported that the talks between the two club are going “at full speed” and the “Leipzig-Volkesszeitung” newspaper reported that the president of the club from Leipzig Oliver Mintzlaff has been in communication with Werner for some time. Reports indicated that Leipzig is considering whether to bring Werner back to its ranks with a loan deal, or whether he will sign a definitive contract worth over € 30 million, the highest in the history of the club. Italy’s Juventus and England’s Newcastle were also reported to be turning their attention to the 26-year-old. Werner had recently indicated that he may look to leave Chelsea after spending two years with the team, to have more time to participate before the 2022 World Cup. in Qatar. Werner does not regularly participate in Chelsea’s starting lineup under his German manager Thomas Tuchel, however, the manager is reluctant to allow the player to leave, Sky reported. Werner joined Leipzig in 2016 from Stuttgart and scored 93 goals for the team in 158 games and moved to Chelsea in 2020 for around € 53 million. (Dpa)