CHELSEA star boy Timo Werner is wanted by FOUR European giants, as he has begun to get his form at Stamford Bridge according to reports.
The German, 25, scored his first goal of the season against Southampton at the weekend and showed signs he will be able to operate in the same team as Romelu Lukaku.
But with Werner said to be frustrated at a lack of game time, it is possible he could leave Chelsea.
Bayern Munich are reportedly keen on bringing the striker back to Germany, according to the Express, who also link Werner with three other destinations.
One of those is Borussia Dortmund, who could be in need of a new forward soon if Erling Haaland leaves – possibly in January or next summer.
Chelsea were keen on Haaland in the summer and despite signing Lukaku instead, the club could still be keen offer Werner up as part of an exchange deal for the Norwegian.
Juventus are also believed to be interested in Werner after failing to replace the goals Cristiano Ronaldo provided last season.
Alvaro Morata and Paulo Dybala are struggling in front of goal and Werner is being eyed as a potential solution.
Another option for Werner could be Atletico Madrid and his hard-working nature would suit Diego Simeone’s side.
But with Luis Suarez, Joao Felix and summer signing Antoine Griezmann in their ranks, the Spanish side may have to reduce their wage bill before moving for Werner.
Simeone is said to want Werner as part of his attack alongside Suarez and Griezmann however, as he aims to defend the La Liga title.