Leipzig – The future of goalscorer Timo Werner at the Bundesliga soccer club RB Leipzig is currently not an exciting topic for managing director Oliver Mintzlaff.

“So far he hasn’t signaled that he wants to stay out of the season, but he doesn’t have to. He has a contract until 2023, “said Mintzlaff at Sky Sports News HD.” I’m deeply relaxed about Werner. ”

At the moment, every club is busy “getting its team up and running again”, said the 44-year-old. RB Leipzig will “not sell its players significantly below value”.

National player Werner, who is also considered a candidate for a move to record champions Bayern Munich, will have an exit clause in his current contract for the coming summer. The transfer fee is reportedly around 60 million euros. Most recently, Liverpool FC allegedly intensified its bid for the goalkeeper; the 24-year-old striker raved about the Premier League and coach Jurgen Klopp.

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Kiranpreet Kaur
Staff writer at The Eastern Herald. Studied political science.