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HERE WE GO: Timo Werner Joins Tottenham on Loan

Timo Werner of RB Leipzig has joined Tottenham on loan; the German forward rejoins the Premier League following two years of scoring 23 goals in 89 games at Chelsea in 2020 and 2022; With Heung-Min Son departing for the Asia Cup, Werner strengthens Spurs’ front line.

Tottenham has signed former Chelsea player Timo Werner on loan from RB Leipzig until the end of the season.

According to Sky in Germany, Tottenham will cover Werner’s salary for the rest of the season and the deal has an option to buy of around £15m.

Timo Werner Joins Tottenham on Loan

Werner returns to the Premier League after a two-year spell at Chelsea between 2020 and 2022, where he scored 23 times in 89 appearances in all competitions for the Blues.

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The German forward then returned to former club Leipzig at the start of last season and scored 16 goals for the Bundesliga side last term. However, he has been limited to just 14 appearances and two goals in the first half of this season.

Saturday Social assess whether Tottenham’s potential loan move for Timo Werner would be a good move for the club. Spurs have boosted their forward line after Heung-Min Son left for the Asia Cup in January, with fellow forward Alejo Veliz out for two months with a knee injury.

Werner reveals talks with Ange key to Spurs move

Werner has revealed his talks with boss Ange Posetcoglou were key in the former Chelsea striker joining the club.

“The talk with the manager was a really, really good talk. He straightaway gave me the feeling what I need and feel to join a club.

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“Also, the tactics, the style, how he wants to play and lets the team play – for me I thought straightaway that it fits perfectly.

“I hope I can be the best player I can be here. I can play every position up front. One of my strengths is to be flexible up front.

“When I left the Premier League I straightaway missed it because it’s the best league in the world. I miss London as well, I really settled in here, I loved England and when I left it I really missed it because it’s a great city and a great place to be.”

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