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Fabrizio Romano confirms Ten Hag target is open to leaving current club in January.

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Fabrizio Romano confirms that Ten Hag target is open to leaving current club in January. Erik ten Hag’s Manchester United has struggled to gain traction early in the season, primarily due to their lack of goals.

United, despite possessing a considerable amount of attacking talent, are by no means the lowest scorers in the upper half of the table.

 

United remain in contention for a berth in the coveted Champions League and are trailing table-topping Arsenal by only six points.Ten Hag has the opportunity to bolster his squad during the January transfer window, and RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner has been linked to the club.

 

Fabrizio Romano, a transfer expert, has verified Werner is open to a move during the upcoming transfer window, as he has struggled to fully integrate since his return to the Bundesliga.

 

“In January, Timo Werner appears to be a player to keep an eye on.” He is prepared to make a transition in January because his expectations for his move to Leipzig were entirely different. He is dissatisfied at RB Leipzig.”Because he is not participating in games, is dissatisfied with his playing time, and the overall situation, he is contemplating a move,” explains Romano.

 

Also confirming United’s interest in the player was Ben Jacobs, who listed Wener among the candidates they are monitoring for a possible January transfer.

 

Jacobs stated, “United are reportedly monitoring opportunities in the January transfer window, and Werner is one of the names they are keeping an eye on.”Sir Jim Ratcliffe is inching closer to acquiring a 25% stake in the club. This acquisition is expected to grant him authority over the sporting structure at Old Trafford, a factor that will significantly impact United’s winter signings. Werner merits close attention.

 

“We are aware that upon Sir Jim’s arrival, sporting control will be critical in determining who Manchester United will attempt to sign in January and who will serve as their new director.”

 

“This will soon become clearer, which is why the situation is moving a little slowly at the moment,” he continues. “However, Werner appears to be a player to keep an eye on in January, and Manchester United is well aware of this as they remain informed.”Werner’s profile is a necessity for United, notwithstanding his lackluster performances during his prior Premier League tenure with Chelsea.

 

His velocity and mobility are sufficient to disrupt any team, and his scoring record and goal contribution are not to be underestimated outside of Chelsea.

 

Furthermore, it is improbable that he will command a substantial transfer fee and may compete alongside or substitute for Rasmus Hojlund while the young Dane adjusts to Premier League life.

 

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