- Timo Werner has been linked to Man United and Barcelona but reports claim the striker prefers Liverpool
- The Germany international who has scored 21 goals this season has a release clause of £52million
- Liverpool are believed to have contacted the German striker before his release clause shoots-up at the end of April
Timo Werner is ready to snub Man United and Barcelona for Liverpool to activate his £52million release clause with RB Leipzig.
According to the Athletic, the German striker is ready to wait for the Merseyside club to make an approach.
The 23-year-old have been linked with top European sides following his consistent form for the Bundesliga club in the last four years.
He has already scored 21 goals in 23 appearances this season and will be available for just £51million at the end of the season.
It is understood Werner's release clause is valid until April 2020, which means intending clubs will pay more for the Germany international.
And reports claim Liverpool will approach the striker if they decide in making the move for Werner.
Brazilian pair Fabinho and Alisson were approach in the month of March before completing the move for the Monaco and Roma players respectively.
But according to Transfermarkt journalist Nicolò Schira, The Reds have already been in contact with Werner and have offered him a bumper deal until 2025.
Jurgen Klopp's team might lead the Premier League by 22 points and look unstoppable but the manager is already looking at building the next phase of his side.
Jurgen Klopp is looking to add more youth to his front line as Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane are already 28.
And Liverpool could be pressured to sell both strikers to top clubs and the pair will be representing their respective countries in the Nation Cup next January as well as the Olympics.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Toni Kroos is one of Real Madrid stars who believes Cristiano Ronaldo's departure to Juventus made the team drop standards.
But the German midfielder claims Los Blancos have fought back just like tennis legend Rodger Federer and they are ready to prove doubters wrong.
Zinedine Zidane's side have been criticized to have lost colour since the sale of Ronaldo to Italian giant Juventus in 2018.
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