Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher thinks that the coronavirus pandemic might force the club to put their strategies to sign RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner on hold.
Jamie Carragher has actually declared that his former club Liverpool might be required to put their pursuit of striker Timo Werner on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Werner has actually been greatly linked with a move to Anfield at the end of the existing campaign, having satisfied Jurgen Klopp during another respected season which has actually seen him score 27 goals and produce 12 more in 36 appearances for RB Leipzig
Nevertheless, the shutdown of football as a result of the break out of COVID-19 is anticipated to impact clubs’ financial resources and transfer strategies, and Carragher thinks that Liverpool might now decide against signing the Germany international when the window resumes.
“Timo Werner to Liverpool? It looked nailed on before the situation we’re in now so it may affect transfers this summer,” Carragher stated during an Instagram Live Q&A.
“It may have to be put on the back burner, maybe for the following summer.”
Liverpool are set to deal with competition from Chelsea and Inter Milan for Werner’s signature.