Timo Werner commits to Tottenham Hotspur with Another season-long loan deal

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Timo Werner has extended his stay at Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur after the club announced on Tuesday, May 28 that they had secured his services on a season-long loan with an option-to-buy clause.

The German forward initially joined Spurs on loan from Leipzig in January 2024 until the end of the 2023-24 season, with an option for the transfer to become permanent at the end of the season.

Following an impressive spell with the North London club, he has now committed to staying on for another season.

The 28-year-old took to his social media to share his excitement about the news, posting on Instagram: “Happy to be a Spurs next year! Looking forward to seeing you all in the stadium for an incredible season.”

Werner’s decision to extend his loan at Tottenham comes after he played a key role in helping the team secure qualification for European competition next season.

In 14 appearances for Spurs last season, he scored 2 goals and provided 3 assists, showing his quality in front of goal and as a creative force for the team.

The loan extension deal is reported to include an option for Tottenham to buy Werner for a fee in the region of £8.5 million, potentially making the move a permanent one for the German international.

Fans of Tottenham Hotspur will no doubt be delighted with the news of Werner’s extension, as they look forward to seeing him in action for the club in the upcoming season.

With his goals and assists proving crucial last season, Werner will be hoping to build on his performances and help Spurs achieve success both domestically and in Europe in the 2024-25 campaign.

Timo Werner club career stats

Werner kickstarted his senior club career in 2013 with VfB Stuttgart, where he became the youngest debutant and goalscorer for the club.

He made a move to RB Leipzig in 2016 at the age of 20, breaking records as the youngest player to reach 150 and 200 Bundesliga appearances.

Timo Werner impressed as the league’s second-highest goalscorer in the 2019-20 season before departing for Chelsea in a €50 million deal in 2020.

His time at Chelsea was fruitful, winning the UEFA Champions League in his first season. After a successful stint in England, Werner returned to Leipzig in August 2022 for a reported fee of £25.3 million.

On 9 January 2024, Werner joined Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur on loan from Leipzig. Throughout his career, Werner has amassed 482 matches, scoring 210 goals, and providing 90 assists.

Timo Werner won the 2020/21UEFA Champions League: 2020-21 with Chelsea, UEFA Super Cup: 2021 with Chelsea and the FIFA Club World Cup: 2021 with Chelsea

His International stats

The German player who has excelled internationally had an impressive record as a goal scorer in youth competitions for Germany, netting 34 goals in 48 appearances across different age groups.

He made his senior debut in 2017, contributing to Germany’s victory in the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup and earning the Golden Boot as the tournament’s top scorer.

Werner also featured for Germany in the 2018 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2020.

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