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RB LEIPZIG, Rangnick: "We want WERNER to stay put beyond next summer"

02.12.2017 21.55 by Claudio Colla  read 1838
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Asked by German media about 21-year old international striker Timo Werner, linked to several European top clubs, Ralf Rangnick, RB Leipzig director of sports, stated: "We don't want to sign him over, neither in January, nor next summer. We are in constant talks with his agent, and we want him to stay with us". Werner, often booed by German football fans, both due to being the icon of Leipzig club (despised because of their lack of history), and for a notorious diving of his in Schalke 04's box, has been linked to Bayern Munich, Barcelona FC, Manchester City, and Real Madrid.

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