& # 39; The Premier League is simply the most interesting & # 39 ;: Chelsea boosted the pursuit of Real Madrid goal Timo Werner while revealing the desire to play in England … but insists that he & # 39; no worries & # 39; makes about leaving RB Leipzig
- Chelsea are interested in Timo Werner after reducing their transfer ban
- Real Madrid reportedly queued of £ 68 million for him this summer
- Werner praised the Premier League but did not rule out a move to Spain
- The star of RB Leipzig says that he is not looking for movement in the January Transfer Window
Chelsea appears to be in pole position to sign RB Leipzig assassin Timo Werner after admitting he wants to test himself in the Premier League.
And although Spanish giants Real Madrid allegedly consider considering a move for him, Werner seems to set his sights on moving to England.
WERNER IN 2019-20
Chelsea wants their transfer ban lowered, and Werner told the German newspaper Bild : & # 39; The Premier League is certainly the most interesting competition, you have to say.
& # 39; There is a certain flair to watch the English competition and play there. & # 39;
However, with Real also in connection with a £ 68 million move for Werner this summer, the 23-year-old was quick to rule out a possible switch to La Liga.
He added: & # 39; But many Germans have also been very successful in Spain, as Sami Khedira and Mesut Özil think. & # 39;
Leipzig is probably not reached d to cash Werner this month because they are looking to win their first ever Bundesliga title.
And luckily for them, the former Stuttgart star says he & # 39; not worry & # 39; about securing a move in January.
& # 39; From now on I don't want to go anywhere else, & # 39; he said.