German International Timo Werner has refused to rule out a transfer to Premier League in the future as he claims that he follows both Manchester United and Liverpool.
The prolific player has admitted he would prefer a transfer move to Manchester United over Liverpool in the future.
As you reckon, the Reds have been monitoring the German International, having signed his teammate Naby Keita last summer for a fee reported in the region of £50million.
This season, Werner has scored 37 goals in 65 appearances for his club – he recently told FourFourTwo magazine that if he was given the choice, he would prefer Manchester United over Liverpool.
Speaking ahead of the match between his club’s rival on Saturday, Werner admitted that he has a strong feeling to play for Man United than Liverpool.
The prolific 37-goal striker could be Germany’s first choice striker as they look forward to defending their title in Russia World Cup 2018, but his selection prospects are complicated by Mario Gomez return to Stuttgart where he has scored four times and assisted in two goals.
Werner is a gifted striker, with an eye for scoring goals which makes him fit to play in the Premier League.
But, the improved form of Romelu Lukaku has reduced the tempo for United to sign a new frontman.