RB Leipzig 'relaxed' as Real Madrid chase Bundesliga goalmachine

RB Leipzig 'relaxed' as Real Madrid chase Bundesliga goalmachine

RB Leipzig 'relaxed' as Real Madrid chase Bundesliga goalmachine

This is despite the fact that the striker is wanted by Real Madrid, who were linked to the 21-year-old in summer as a possible replacement for Alvaro Morata.

But any club wishing to prise the 21-year-old away from the Bundesliga side may have their work cut out or pay through the roof for the privilege as Werner is under long-term contract and can not be bought for a fixed fee, meaning Leipzig hold all the negotiating power.

Speaking of Werner's "incredible development" over the past year, scoring 25 times in just 36 official games for Leipzig, Mintzlaff noted that it would be hard to keep the player in Leipzig if they do not consistently qualify for the Champions League, but that if they do "he will have an appropriate platform to continue his development with us".

'In England there are more - Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham, Liverpool, Manchester United and Manchester City'.

Marcelo agrees Real extension
Official Alejandro Jose Hernandez Hernandez wrote in his report that he saw Marcelo kick Lerma in the back away from the action. Marcelo has been a part of four La Liga championship squads and has won three Champions League titles while with Real Madrid .

He comes highly recommended, German worldwide Mario Gomez saying that Werner will "dominate Germany's attack for the next ten years". That is why I do not think what is ahead in one, two or three years, ' he told SportBild. "Liverpool is a big club with a great stadium and super fans, plus it's a huge transfer". "Perhaps RB will be a big club too - I'm quite sure", he added.

"But I feel extremely comfortable at RB and would like to play here for a while".

But as I said: "I like it in Leipzig very well".

Liverpool wish to further strengthen their attack going forward in order to reestablish themselves and English and continental powerhouses, but with a front trio that looks untouchable, it remains to be seen if Werner would be keen to join Keita in moving to Merseyside without a promise of a starting shirt.

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