Borussia Dortmund has joined the race with Bayern Munich to sign Chelsea striker Timo Werner, MySportDab reports.
The Black and Yellow are set to lose Erling Haaland which has now seen them looking at Timo Werner as the possible plan b when the Norwegian leave.
Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund have to slug it out with each other as they both in the race to sign Chelsea forward ahead of the next winter/summer transfer window.
Reports suggests the Bavarians might be going early to secure the move as they might likely make their approach during the January window.
While Borussia Dortmund are reported to be looking at making their move by next summer window which might be too late for them.
The Chelsea striker still hasn’t settled in London and would be open to seeking a move closer to home where he could get regular playing time.
Borussia Dortmund could bring Chelsea striker Timo Werner back to the Bundesliga next summer, according to claims reaching us from Bild.
Dortmund is preparing for Erling Haaland departure which could happen anytime soon as offers are already on the table from top clubs.
Werner starred at RB Leipzig before his move to the Blues but has since had his confidence shaken by poor run of form in the Premier League.
With Romelu Lukaku now at Chelsea, Werner’s future at the club could be limited as he won’t be seen more as their main striker.
A move is on the table and it could happen as soon as possible with the player as looking at making Germany national team ahead of FIFA World Cup.
Although, we are yet to know which club stands a better chance of making the move happen until when the January transfer window opens then bids start coming in.
Chelsea are also interested in Leroy Sane and Erling Haaland which could mean they might be willing to make a deal swap for any of the players.