Timo Werner: RB Leipzig increasingly confident of re-signing the Chelsea striker | Transportation Center News

RB Leipzig is growing more confident he can agree a deal to re-sign Timo Werner from Chelsea, according to sky in germany.

Talks between the two clubs are taking place “at full speed” and the Bundesliga club is exploring all possibilities, whether it is on loan or permanent deal.

Chelsea signed the 26-year-old two years ago from Leipzig, but have been unable to replicate the goal-scoring style that has pushed him The Blues to activate the release clause of 45 million pounds.

Werner is said to be keen on the move as he wants regular match time to secure a starting place in Germany’s Hansi Flick’s side at the World Cup in November.

It is also said that his relationship with Chelsea president Thomas Tuchel has been problematic, although Tuchel is understood to be unwilling to let the striker go.

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Chelsea striker Timo Werner may be on the move this summer with frequent speculation about his future, take a look at his best Premier League goals.

Juventus is also interested in Werner If they can’t strike a deal for main target Alvaro Morata, according to sky in italy.

Domenico Tedesco, technical director of RB Leipzig, did not want to comment on a possible deal for Werner ahead of Saturday’s German Super Cup final.

Werner scored 23 goals in 89 games in all competitions for Chelsea, but started only 15 Premier League games last season, scoring four times.

Chelsea in advanced Cucurella talks

Chelsea Advanced talks to sign Brighton left back Mark Cucurella We are prepared to pay the asking price of 50 million pounds for Manchester targeting.

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The Transfer Show panel explains why Mark Cucurella has headed from Brighton to Chelsea, after a proposed move to Manchester City failed to do so.

The Spaniard submitted a transfer request on Friday in a bid to push ahead with a move to City but the Premier League champions would not pay the price Brighton had requested, with Chelsea now in pole position to sign the 24-year-old.

Al Nawras had previously rejected a £30m bid for full-back from Pep Guardiola’s side, who are looking for a replacement for Oleksandr Zinchenko after joining Arsenal.

Cucurella enjoyed a very successful first season in the Premier League after joining from Getafe in a deal worth around £15m last summer and was named Brighton Player of the Year.

Brighton doesn’t want to let Cucurella leave and it will take a huge offer for them to sell as he has four years left on his Amex contract. However, he has now pushed the left-back to move with his sell order.

Heaven in Italy: the Naples talks in Kipa

Naples have conversations with Chelsea On signing the goalkeeper’s loan Kepa Arizabalagato me sky in italy.

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Substitute Kepa Arrizabalaga was brought in for the penalty shootout but after failing to save any of Liverpool’s 11 kicks, he skated past his own goal to give Jurgen Klopp’s side the win.

The West London club indicated that it will pay three-quarters of his salary, with discussions centering on a number of bonuses that Chelsea are requesting as part of the deal.

Napoli is currently reluctant to pay them and the brokers involved in the deal are working on a solution.

Chelsea paid a world record transfer fee for a goalkeeper by signing Kepa for £71.6m from Athletic Bilbao in August 2018.

But the 27-year-old failed to impress during his time at Stamford Bridge, making just four Premier League appearances last season as the club’s second choice behind Edward Mendy.

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