Leipzig (dpa) – National soccer player Timo Werner feels “stand now” no desire to change. “At the moment I’m not worried,” said the striker from RB Leipzig in an interview with the “Bild” newspaper.
«The first round with 18 goals was great. It is likely that this will arouse desires. But the important thing is that we get into the second half of the season and stay up there as long as possible, »said Werner.
He is therefore not concerned with a transfer in the summer, but the 23-year-old does not rule out anything for the future. «At some point abroad would surely be attractive. I like to play with Fritz-Walter-Wetter, so England would generally not be bad either, »said Werner. «The Premier League is simply the most interesting league, you have to honestly say that. There are lots of Bayern Munich and Real Madrid crowds every weekend. »
For the second half of the season, the new qualification for the Champions League is “the first goal”, said the international. “All that comes along is the icing on the cake”, although the title in the premier class, “if you are honest”, is not realistic. «At the national level, it’s nice to win the cup. It was a great final last year and we want to go back there. But, if I could choose it, winning the championship would of course be the ultimate. »