Timo Werner has agreed to slash his wages in an effort to pressure by means of a everlasting exit from Chelsea this summer time, 90min understands.
A return to RB Leipzig is on the playing cards, with the Bundesliga outfit agreeing to take Werner again on a everlasting foundation simply two years after his £47.5m transfer to Stamford Bridge.
Sources have confirmed to 90min that Chelsea will recuperate simply north of £25m (€30m) by promoting Werner, who will depart London with a disappointing haul of 23 objectives and 21 assists in 89 appearances in all competitions.
Werner is at present one of many high earners at Chelsea however his public need to play common minutes within the build-up to the World Cup later this yr, which yielded a pissed off response from supervisor Thomas Tuchel, has seen him comply with a considerable pay lower.
He’s now set to return to Germany to endure a medical and put pen to paper to rejoin the aspect with whom he racked up 34 objectives and 13 assists in simply 45 video games in his remaining season.
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Chelsea have already introduced in Raheem Sterling from Manchester Metropolis to assist bolster their struggling assault, with the Englishman lining up in Werner’s ordinary position on the left aspect of the assault throughout Saturday’s 1-0 win over Everton.
Werner, who missed that recreation by means of damage and didn’t journey with the squad, discovered minutes arduous to return by final season. He managed simply 15 Premier League begins, regardless of Romelu Lukaku’s early lack of type, and grew involved for his place within the German nationwide group.
He was a daily starter for Hansi Flick’s aspect this summer time, netting twice of their Nations League victory over Italy, and he’s eager to keep up that type heading into this winter’s World Cup.