SHOCKING NEWS: Fabrizio Romano has reported a very shocking news about Manchester United. Manchester United have come to agreement to sign Chelsea’s flop. We are witnessing the beginning of one of the most stupid transfer deals from United.

German media reports that Timo Werner has been contacted by Manchester United.


And it’s not even December yet. We are seeing the start of one of the most surprising transfer sagas of the January transfer window. Few people could have predicted at the beginning of the season that Timo Werner would be connected to both Real Madrid and Manchester United by the end of it, but that is exactly what has happened.

After spending €53 million to move to Stamford Bridge, the German left Chelsea after two unsuccessful years and returned to RB Leipzig in 2022 for a meagre €20 million. Werner preferred the more relaxed atmosphere of Leipzig over the hectic pace of London and the intense media attention that came with being a Blues player.

The 27-year-old’s role with the Red Bulls has, however, significantly decreased as a result of the high-paid summer additions of Benjamin Sesko and Lois Openda. Werner is reportedly dissatisfied with his current role as a rotation player, which has led to some amazing transfer rumours.

The story of the transfer that shouldn’t be
Werner is reportedly eager to return to the Premier League, with West Ham and Fulham among others. However, he may be used as a temporary loan replacement for the injured Vinicius Jr., according to wild rumours in Spain.

The German is reportedly on Manchester United’s shortlist for the January window, according to Florian Plettenberg of Sky Germany. Though no formal talks have started at this early stage, the Red Devils have already asked about his availability.

While acknowledging that Werner has no plans to move at this time and that there is nothing to the Madrid connections, Plettenberg maintains that this story will be interesting to follow in the upcoming weeks. This confirms a recent BILD report that claimed the forward is focused on regaining his spot in Marco Rose’s squad and is not considering leaving Leipzig, despite his interest.

But there’s a good chance he could leave if he doesn’t accomplish this in Leizpig’s final five games before the winter break. Is he actually heading to Old Trafford? Time will tell.


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