Chelsea forward Timo Werner has consented to take a 50 per cent pay slice to get back to RB Leipzig, as per reports in Germany.
The 26-year-old has battled to have an effect at Chelsea since moving to Stamford Bridge in a £47.5 million arrangement from RB Leipzig in 2020.
Werner, who scored 23 objectives in 89 appearances for Chelsea, began only 15 games in the Premier League last season and is quick to advance seriously playing time beyond Germany’s World Cup crusade in Qatar in the future.
As per Bild, RB Leipzig is currently chipping away at a concurrence with Chelsea and is investigating the chance of marking Werner on an underlying credit manage a choice to purchase.
The report guarantees that Werner is prepared to return to Leipzig and would acknowledge a 50 per cent pay slice to assist with pushing the travel through.
Werner’s ongoing arrangement is worth around £275,000 per week, while the forward has likewise drawn in interest from Juventus.
‘I want to believe that he is returning; he is a decent player,’ Werner’s previous RB Leipzig partner Yussuf Poulsen said for the current week.
‘We are a group attempting to make the following stride and form into quite possibly the greatest European club, and you want quality players for that. We framed a reputable organization before.’
Whenever got some information about the possibility of Werner leaving Chelsea before the window’s finish, Thomas Tuchel demanded last week that the 26-year-old ‘has a highlight demonstrate’ at Stamford Bridge.
‘I have barely any familiarity with it; Timo has not conversed with me about it,’ said Tuchel.
‘At the time, I think he needs to advance at Chelsea. He has still to make a statement.’
Recently, Werner proposed his point to get real playing time in front of the World Cup.
‘I could be blissful all over,’ Werner said.
‘It is clear I need to play more, and I ought to play more to be looking great for the World Cup initially and to get an opportunity to play at the World Cup.
‘It changes nothing whether it is a colder time of year, World Cup or in the late spring. Assuming I play half of the time or the entire season, I ought to play. It alters nothing in my perspective.’