Timo Werner has been a regular at Tottenham Hotspur since joining them on loan from RB Leipzig in January. The forward has scored two goals and registered three assists from 10 league games for the Premier League side.

Last month, Leipzig manager Marco Rose stated his side could lose the 28-year-old if Spurs were to exercise the purchase option.

Bild state the buying option is set at €17m and Tottenham have until June 14th to activate it.

Even though this is unusual, this deadline was included to help the Bundesliga side have quicker clarity over Werner’s future.

Having struggled at Leipzig in the first half of the season, the Germany international has been enjoying life at the north London club.

The report states his ‘body language has improved significantly’ and being away from the German public and their press has also benefited him.

Werner needs a transfer in the summer since he has no future at Leipzig, where he has a deal until 2026.

Bild state he ‘definitely wants to stay’ at Tottenham beyond this season, but there has been ‘no contact’ between Ange Postecoglou’s side and Leipzig recently.

Despite that being pointed out, there wouldn’t need to be contact other than triggering the clause. Unless Spurs want a discount…