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Tottenham extends Timo Werner’s loan for another season

Tottenham has reached an agreement with RB Leipzig for Timo Werner to rejoin the London club on loan for the 2024/25 season. The deal includes an option to make the move permanent.

The new arrangement follows the conditions of the previous loan deal agreed in January. It will be valid from July 2024 to June 2025, allowing Tottenham to secure Werner’s services with an option to buy for €15-16 million. As part of the agreement, Spurs will cover the player’s salary throughout the period. The German footballer joined Tottenham in January of 2024 and featured in 14 matches across all tournaments, scoring 2 goals, and providing 3 assists.

According to Fabrizio Romano, Tottenham are still actively pursuing additional signings to bolster their attacking options under manager Ange Postecoglou. The club is considering both wingers and central strikers, depending on available opportunities, and several squad players are expected to leave.

One of the potential departures is Bryan Gil, who could be sold this summer as Tottenham look to reshape their squad for the upcoming season. Last campaign the Spaniard took part in only 12 games in all competitions, clocking 233 minutes of football.