On May 3rd, we covered claims from Germany stating that it’s not ruled out for Tottenham Hotspur to buy Timo Werner, after signing  him on loan from RB Leipzig in the winter market.

The north London club have a €17m buying option that has to be activated before June 14th. Earlier this week, Bild stated Leipzig are worried since Tottenham haven’t yet made contact with them for the 28-year-old.

The forward could favour extending his stay at Spurs as a fresh report from Bild say he’s ‘very comfortable’ in London.

That’s because the report says Werner’s Leipzig chapter ‘seems to be closed’, even though his deal there lasts until 2026. He suffered an injury against Arsenal at the end of April and has been sidelined since then.

Bild say there’s no clarity over the nature of the Germany international’s injury, but it isn’t a serious one. They add Werner has made a ‘secret visit’ to Leipzig, where their medical team will assess his injury.

On Saturday, Leipzig will travel to face Eintracht Frankfurt in the final game of the season.

After the tie, Marco Rose, players and the club’s key officials are all expected to go on holiday. The Tottenham man won’t be able to meet the manager or Leipzig’s bosses, to discuss his future.

Therefore, the ‘secret visit’ wouldn’t provide any clarity for him on where he will play next season.

The former Chelsea man’s desire seems to be to continue at Tottenham, where he’s ‘very comfortable’, and Ange Postecoglou’s side have to soon make a decision on him.