Timo Werner’s release clause could be reduced depending on how RB Leipzig fare in the remainder of the Bundesliga season according to a report in today’s print edition of Gazzetta dello Sport.

If Leipzig, who are currently sitting in third place, five points off of league leaders Bayern Munich, go on to win the league then Werner’s release clause will be €60 million.

However, if they fail to win the league, Werner’s release clause could drop down to €50 million, which would undoubtedly come much to the delight of the many clubs courting him ahead of the Summer transfer window.

As far as Inter are concerned, any move for Werner is dependent on what happens with Lautaro Martinez, who continues to be linked with a move to Catalan club Barcelona. Within the next 10 days things should be clearer.

The report from the Milan based newspaper goes on to state that Liverpool, who have shown an extremely strong interest in signing Werner, are now cooling their interest despite manager Jurgen Klopp’s desire to have him.