January 7, 2024

Timo Werner, a striker for RB Leipzig, is getting closer to joining Tottenham Hotspur, and manager Marco Rose has hinted that a move is likely.


Fans of Tottenham may have been wondering if a striker will be joining this month.


After Harry Kane was traded to Bayern Munich in August, Tottenham signed Brendan Johnson as a winger to bolster their roster.


Although Richardson and Son Heung-min have been starting up top for Tottenham, Ange Postecoglou now appears prepared to bring in another striker.


Marco Rose discusses Timo Werner’s future in light of Tottenham Hotspur’s pursuit.


HITC Football is aware that Tottenham is getting closer to acquiring Timo Werner, a striker for RB Leipzig.


Even though Werner was put forth to other Premier League teams, Spurs are currently the favourites to complete a loan agreement.


Werner has had moves invitations from Crystal Palace, Fulham, Manchester United, and West Ham United this month.


But Tottenham is now in the lead and seems to be closing in on a deal to get Werner back in the Premier League.

Werner’s exclusion from RB Leipzig’s roster for their Saturday afternoon match against St Gallen indicates that he is now in negotiations with another team.


Reporter Philipp Hinze of Sky Germany was informed by manager Marco Rose that the speculations of Werner leaving on loan are true.


Werner wants to go, Rose said, so he can play more frequently and try to earn a spot in Germany’s 2024 World Cup roster.


Werner is then wished all the best by RB Leipzig, who hope he has success with Tottenham in England.


Rose stated, “It’s appropriate that Timo wishes to go on loan.” Timo is interested in attending the European Championships. We’re crossing our fingers for him and sending him our best wishes,” he continued.


After previously failing to demonstrate his peak form for Chelsea, Werner now appears ready for another opportunity to play in the Premier League.


The 27-year-old accomplished great things during his first stint at RB Leipzig, which helped him land a significant transfer to Chelsea in 2020.


Werner only managed 10 goals in 56 league games for the Blues, not quite matching his Bundesliga output in the Premier League.


Werner was sold back to RB Leipzig in 2022 for a reported £25 million. Since then, he has fallen in the hierarchy and appears to be free to leave.


Now, Tottenham will be hoping that under Postecoglou, Werner finds his best form again, possibly earning a permanent return to English football.


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