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Liverpool news: Leipzig Werner renewal could cost Liverpool €70m
24/01/2019, 23:30
According to what has been reported by German sports outlet Bild, RB Leipzig are working on a renewal for German striker Timo Werner; who has been linked with a departure in this transfer window. Werner is a target of Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool, who would like to sign Werner to solve the club's lack of alternate attacking options and a strong out-and-out striker.

The new deal for Werner at Leipzig could, however, cost Liverpool dearly. His current deal expires in 2020 and a new deal could see him include a release clause of €70m; that Liverpool would have to fork over to sign him.

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