Timo Werner is not interested in a move to Liverpool Football Club, or any other club at the moment, as he wants to continue his development with RB Leipzig.
The 21-year-old forward has been linked with a possible transfer to Anfield in the summer with recent, credible reports stating that Liverpool FC manager Jürgen Klopp has been keeping an eye on his performances in the Bundesliga.
Speaking at the weekend and in response to the transfer chatter, Werner said: “I want to keep growing together with RB Leipzig and keep developing here.
“I am still only 21 years old and still have plenty of years ahead of me.
“I am very happy at Leipzig. Joining this club has been a stroke of luck. I have found my way again under [boss] Ralph Hasenhuttl.”
Werner, who has netted 14 times in 24 games so far this season, was selected for international duty with Germany for the first time last week and could make his debut against England on Wednesday.
It’s worth pointing out that his Leipzig team-mates, Naby Keita, a 22-year-old central midfielder and Emil Forsberg, a 25-year-old winger, are also said to be attracting interest from Liverpool scouts at the moment.