German Bundesliga transfer roundup

Borussia Dortmund have already set the tone for the other German Bundesliga clubs by making a head start and now things are definitely heating up.

Timo Werner future yet to be settled as Bundesliga giant hovers above 

With just a year left on his current deal, Timo Werner could be set for a departure from RB Lepzig this summer. The Bundesliga outfit however, intends to allow the striker to leave on a free. The club is asking for too much money for a striker who has 12 months left on his contract.

Ralf Rangnick says that no club has shown interest at the moment.

“Timo doesn’t want to extend his contract so far. No club has shown interest in him,” the German said as reported by Maxifoot.

Bayern Munich are interested in the German international but it appears that the Bavarians would be willing to wait till next year.

Borussia Dortmund

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Chelsea striker flies to Germany

Chelsea striker, Martell Taylor-Crossdale is about to sign for Bundesliga side, TSG Hoffenheim. The striker chose to opt against extending his contract at Stamford Bridge and would become the latest English player to sign for a German club. According to Sky Sports, the youngster will team up with Reiss Nelson next season.

Celtic starlet set for Bayern Munich adventure

As reported by the Football Insider, talented Celtic prospect, Liam Morrison is on the verge of signing for Bundesliga champions, Bayern Munich. The 16-year-old centre-back is considered one of the rising stars in Scotland and has apparently chosen a difficult path for progression.

Celtic were hoping to tie down the youngster to a professional contract but the youngster believes that he can develop better with the Bundesliga giants. Perhaps this is another reason why the club’s manager, Neil Lennon is looking for a centre-back this summer. Plus, Dedryck Boyata and Filip Benkovic have already left the Glasgow giants so it could be a long summer ahead for the Socttish giants.

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