Liverpool fans have been responding on Twitter to the latest transfer update surrounding striker Timo Werner.
Interestingly, the Reds were linked with a move for the striker prior to the January transfer window.
Should Liverpool sign Timo Werner this month?
This post then gathered a number of replies from Liverpool fans who were eager to share their thoughts on this latest update.
Here’s a sample of Liverpool fans discussing the latest move in Werner’s potential move:
Last time bayern removed their interest in a player it was pepe and look how he’s turned out. In my opinion if Bayern don’t want him we shouldn’t want him.
— Jamie Taylor (@jam1etay85) January 17, 2020
Would of loved him at LFC but if hes not willing to come and fight for his place then not interested
— – (@S_LFC_6) January 17, 2020
I don’t see where he could be a starter in the top 6 teams.
— ????? Marius Lupescu ?? ??? (@mlupescu0509) January 17, 2020
The German striker, who is currently valued at £67.5 million according to Transfermarkt, plays for Bundesliga side RB Leipzig. This season has seen Werner is scintillating form, in 25 appearances in all competitions, the 23-year-old has scored 23 goals and picked up 10 assists (per Transfermarkt).
With this latest update revealing fellow Bundesliga side Bayern apparently cooling their interest in the striker, some Liverpool fans have been discussing his potential move away from Leipzig.
If true that’s intresting.
— Jonthe (@jonthe) January 17, 2020
@nchar17 it’s happening
— Stephen “Club World Champions supporter” Harris (@stephen_6times) January 17, 2020
Chelsea bound, or even City if Sane goes, could play him from the left. Barca and Real looking at him too. Pretty much everyone apart from us.
— Captain moustache and his magic flute (@MoustacheHis) January 17, 2020
What do we think?
With Werner now unlikely to join Bayern, some Liverpool fans have been split on whether or not the striker will or should make the move over to Anfield. His stunning goal-scoring record, so far this season, suggests he certainly has the talent to do a job in England, but for now his future is still up in the air.