Liverpool are not likely to move for Timo Werner as a result of severe financial ramifications in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a report.
Liverpool will supposedly miss out on RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner this summer in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.
Werner has actually been constantly linked with a switch to Anfield throughout the past couple of months, with current reports recommending that Jurgen Klopp‘s side were at the head of the line for the Germany international.
Nevertheless, the COVID-19 break out has actually caused leagues being cancelled or suspended till additional notification, and Liverpool’s transfer technique will apparently need to alter as financial problems occur.
According to The Mirror, the Reds are not likely to make any additions to their squad this summer, and Klopp’s side will not trigger Werner’s ₤50 m release stipulation.
The report likewise declares that Liverpool were keeping a close eye on Lyon’s Houssem Aouar prior to the enforced suspension, although a move for the midfielder would have cost them around ₤40 m.
While Premier League clubs are confident of resuming the 2019-20 campaign, an absence of matchday earnings from games played behind closed doors is most likely to have severe financial ramifications for teams in England’s leading flight.
Werner has actually notched up 27 goals throughout all competitions for Leipzig this season.