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Ralf Rangnick Keen For Man Utd To Sign Timo Werner

Manchester United interval administrator Ralf Rangnick is sharp for the club to make a mid year move for failing Chelsea forward Timo Werner

The Red Devils supervisor has history with Werner, having marked him from Stuttgart during his time at RB Leipzig. In spite of the fact that Rangnick was brandishing chief for most of the pair's time at the club, he instructed the Germany worldwide during the 2018/19 season. 

In that crusade Werner was in fine structure, enlisting 19 objectives and 13 aids 38 appearances. The accompanying season he was far better, netting multiple times in the Bundesliga alone and acquiring himself a transition to Chelsea simultaneously. 

Nonetheless, since showing up at Stamford Bridge, his structure has been temperamental. Offside objectives and helpless misses have ruled his time in the capital with Werner overseeing 15 objectives in 64 games up until this point. 

As per Bild, Rangnick is quick to allow his previous player the opportunity to reignite his deteriorating vocation at United. Subtleties on the potential move are inadequate at the hour of composing however Rangnick's solid relationship with Blues manager Thomas Tuchel might assist things with going without a hitch. 

As 90min announced back in September, Werner is liberal with regards to his Chelsea future. In spite of the fact that he is glad at the club, he is excited not to lose his spot in the Germany group with the 2022 World Cup around the bend. 

Werner has been connected with a few top European clubs as of late as well. Just as United, Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Borussia Dortmund have been promoted as potential objections. 

Werner isn't the main player with Red Bull associations with be promoted for a transition to Rangnick's new-look United. RB Leipzig midfielder Amadou Haidara has been connected as well, as the German looks to enlist players alright with his high-squeezing style of football.


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