Timo Werner has not managed to find his footing with RB Leipzig this season and reports suggest that both Juventus and Milan are keeping tabs on the striker.

The 27-year-old returned to the Bundesliga side last year after a disappointing spell at Chelsea and he did well, netting 16 goals and providing six assists across 40 games. He has not managed to recapture that form in his second year back, however.

Werner has scored just twice across 13 games this season, struggling with muscle injuries and poor form. Linked to Juventus last year, the German striker could finally make the jump to Italy in the coming months.

As reported by Spanish outlet Todo Fichajes via TMW, Juventus and Milan are both following Werner’s situation at RB Leipzig this season as a possible transfer market opportunity may arise, especially if the German club agree to a loan deal.

Neither club would be willing to invest to sign the 27-year-old, who is contracted to RB Leipzig until June 2026, on a permanent transfer.

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