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RB LEIPZIG, Werner: "Leaving now would be stupid"

29.11.2016 20.50 by Claudio Colla  read 716
© foto di Federico De Luca 2016

Linked to Italian Serie A side Lazio being interested in him, German Under-21 international striker Timo Werner (20), asked by Mitteldeutsche Zeitung about his future, whether being it in RB Leipzig or somewhere else, stated: "Leaving Leipzig would be stupid. A lot of people say I'd be much more fit into different club and game plans, but I really don't think it's true. Of course I didn't expect such a start, both on a team and on an individual level". As we reported just yesterday (http://www.transfermarketweb.com/?action=read&idsel=182064), former Stuttgart player is very unlikely to leave Bundesliga sensations in January indeed.

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