With Werner having impressed in the Bundesliga and Champions League this season, various top European clubs have been credited with an enthusiasm for the Germany international’s signing.
In any case, while likes of Chelsea and Bayern Munich are said to be admirers, apparently Liverpool are best put to push through an arrangement.
When reports have guaranteed that the Premier League giants reached Werner over a move in January, European football expert Kevin Hatchard says that the player is enthusiastic about moving to Anfield later in 2020.
Addressing talkSPORT, Hatchard stated: “They’re discussing the top end of €60m (£50.35m). Thus, for me, for a player of his quality and experience, remembering this is a person who is in his ahead of schedule to mid-20’s and he has played more than 200 games in the Bundesliga.
“So inconceivably experienced effectively, improving constantly, I think he has truly profited by playing under Julien Nagelsmann in light of the fact that he played as an outright striker for essentially his entire profession.
“So he is improving and I figure he would do very well in the Premier League, he has said on various events he thinks the Premier League is an energizing possibility and some entirely dependable German media sources are stating that Liverpool are particularly one of the clubs who need to sign him and he is sharp.”
Werner has a discharge statement in his agreement, leaving Liverpool and some other clubs to initiate that alternative.