Ralf Rangnick wants to sign for Chelsea

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Ralf Rangnick is said to want to sign Timo Werner, who is currently on Chelsea’s books.

Manchester United appointed the 63-year-old as interim manager last month after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was sacked.

However, he cannot manage the Red Devils against Chelsea on Sunday as he is yet to be granted a work visa.

And follow Guardians, the German coach will also not be able to start in the upcoming match against Arsenal for the same reason.

However, he is still plotting a transfer to the giants of Manchester.

According to journalist BILD Christian Falk, Rangnick wants to bring Timo Werner to the Theater of Dreams during the summer transfer window.

He signed the 25-year-old for RB Leipzig in 2016 when he was at the helm of affairs at the Red Bull Arena.

Werner was a graduate of Stuttgart’s academy who rose through the ranks to make 103 appearances across all competitions for the senior team.

He joined the Red Bulls in 2016 and scored an incredible 95 goals in 159 matches for Germany.

The striker’s superb performance caught the attention of Chelsea, who activated £Release clause of $47.5 million to sign him to a five-year contract.

However, he has failed to make a big impact at Stamford Bridge, as the 25-year-old has contributed only 15 goals and 16 assists in 64 appearances for the Pensioners to date.

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Jake Nichol

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