Timo Werner

Country: Germany

Club: RB Leipzig


Timo Werner (born 6 March 1996) is a German expert footballer who plays as a forward for RB Leipzig and the Germany national group.

After making his senior introduction in 2013, Werner turned into the most youthful player ever to speak to VfB Stuttgart and later turned into the club’s most youthful ever goalscorer. He showed up for the club before joining RB Leipzig in 2016. He additionally holds the records for being the most youthful player to achieve 100 and 150 Bundesliga appearances, and in addition being the most youthful player to score two objectives in a best flight coordinate in Germany.

VfB Stuttgart

A foundation graduate of VfB Stuttgart, Werner spoke to the club at different youth levels. Amid the 2012-13 season, he was elevated to the U-19 side in spite of just being sixteen-years of age at the time. He scored 24 objectives for the battle and was remunerated for his shape when he won the Gold U-17 Fritz Walter Medal in 2013.

He made his senior presentation soon thereafter in a 2013– 14 UEFA Europa League qualifying stage coordinate against PFC Botev Plovdiv. After doing as such, he turned into the most youthful player to ever play in an official counterpart for Stuttgart at 17 years old years, four months and 25 days, breaking the record beforehand held by Gerhard Poschner. In the next weeks he likewise turned into Stuttgart’s most youthful ever player in the Bundesliga and in the DFB Pokal, and most youthful ever goalscorer in the wake of mesh his first objective for the club against Eintracht Frankfurt. He broke another record on 10 November when he scored a prop in a 3– 1 prevail upon SC Freiburg, in this manner turning into the most youthful player in Bundesliga history to score two objectives in a single amusement.

On his eighteenth birthday celebration Werner marked an expert contract until June 2018 with VfB Stuttgart. He went ahead to score 14 objectives in 96 association appearances, amid which time he turned into the most youthful player to show up in the opposition’s history. The record was later broken by Kai Havertz in 2018. Stuttgart were consigned in May 2016 which provoked him to join recently advanced club RB Leipzig the next month

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