English club Liverpool are allowed to sign RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner if they meet the £52m release clause inserted in his contract which expires on June 15 this year.
The German forward has been in red hot form this season and has scored 27 goals in all competitions this season for RB Leipzig, including four to help his club reach the Champions League quarter-finals. That form has attracted big club sides to him and Liverpool have been leading the list of suitors.
Werner, who had a release clause inserted in his contract when he signed an extension to his contract last summer until 2023, described his pride at interest from the Premier League leaders in February.
The prolific forward has also hailed countryman Jurgen Klopp as "the best coach in the world" and believes Liverpool's playing style suits him amid reports of a move to Anfield.