- Date of Birth: 23 July 1987
- Birthplace: Landsberg am Lech, Landsberg am Lech, West Germany
- Position: Centre back
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Everton, Newcastle target Yussuf Poulsen submits RB Leipzig transfer demand
a transfer request over frustration regarding his limited role this season under coach Julian Nagelsmann. Newcastle...
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Patrik Schick’s recent form has finally seen the young striker begin to live up to the hype that surrounded his move to Roma and now he is RB Leipzig’s secret weapon in their quest for domestic and European glory
Manchester United have reportedly launched a formal approach to sign Timo Werner from German side RB Leipzig this summer.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has offered his thoughts on Timo Werner's transfer interest.
Bayern Munich have identified RB Leipzig centre-back Dayot Upamecano as a priority in the summer transfer window.
Chelsea are reportedly planning to trigger the release clause of German striker Timo Werner with manager Frank Lampard aiming to strengthen the centre-forward department in the New Year.
Massimiliano Allegri has reportedly indicated that he is open to becoming Manchester United's next head coach but he won't wait for more than a couple of weeks for the decision.
Arsenal and Chelsea fans look away. We are barely a few fixtures into the regular season and we’ve been treated to a feast of surprises already from the best leagues across the continent.
Arsenal youngster Reiss Nelson has signed a brand new long-term contract with the club and will be sent on loan to German side Hoffenheim for the remainder of the season. The talented England youth international will head to the Bundesliga to acquire first-team experience and learn from the best young manager in Europe, Julian Nagelsmann.
Hoffenheim manager Julian Nagelsmann has confirmed that the club have enquired over the possibility of signing Reiss Nelson on loan from Arsenal this summer.
Former Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique has reportedly made staggering wage demands in order to succeed Arsene Wenger as the next Arsenal manager.
Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis has reportedly identified Juventus' Max Allegri as the ideal replacement for Arsene Wenger at the north London club.
Former Chelsea head coach Carlo Ancelotti could reportedly seek a return to the Premier League, should Bayern Munich activate the break clause on his three-year contract.
Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich are already lining up Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp as their next manager, according to reports.