What is Timo Werner Worth ?
As of 2021 Timo Werner Net Worth is $1 million USD.Timo Werner born 6 March 1996) is a German professional footballer who plays as a striker for Premier League club Chelsea and the Germany national team. He is known for his speed, composure, finishing, and off-ball movement.
Werner began his senior club career in 2013 playing for VfB Stuttgart, becoming the club’s youngest debutant and youngest ever goalscorer. He signed with RB Leipzig in 2016, aged 20, in a then club
record transfer worth €10 million, where he set the record as the youngest player to reach 150 and 200 appearances in the Bundesliga. Werner also finished as the league’s second highest goalscorer in the 2019–20 season.
In 2020, Werner was the subject of a record association football transfer when he signed for Chelsea in a transfer worth £47.5 million (€50 million), making him the then-most expensive German player of all time.
A German international, Werner was a prolific goalscorer at youth international level for Germany, scoring 34 goals in 48 appearances across the various age group levels.
Werner made his senior debut in 2017 and helped Germany win the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup, winning the Golden Boot as the tournament’s highest goalscorer. He also represented Germany at the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
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Timo Werner – Quick Facts
|Celebrity Name:||Timo Werner|
|Rеаl Nаmе/Full Nаmе:||Timo Werner|
|Date of Birth:||6 March 1996 (Timo Werner 24 years)|
|Place of Birth:||Stuttgart, Germany|
|Height:||5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)|
|Timo Werner Net Worth:||$1 million USD|
|Current Club:||Chelsea F.C|
Timo Werner – Early Life
Timo Werner was born on 6 March 1966, to Günther Schuh, his father and, Sabine Werner, his mother. Werner is of pure and deep German roots. From a young age, Werner has shown great interest in sports, precisely football.
His father, Günther Schuh, who noticed his son’s interest in football thus began training him as he played football professionally. Aside from building his skills, his father helped build Werner’s strength and stamina.
As a young boy, his father often instructed him to run up mountains and down in other for him to be athletic and build his strength and endurance. Despite his son’s interest in sports, his parents made his education a requirement for him to continue playing football.
Most especially, his mother Sabine insisted that Werner must finish his high school education as a minimum requirement. As a result, Werner had to complete his high school education unlike most of Bundesliga footballers.
Timo Werner Youth Career
TSV Steinhaldenfield / VfB Stuttgart (2002–2013)
While in high school, Timo Werner joined TSV Steinhaldenfeld where he rapidly built his football skills. His amazing antics caught the attention of VfB Stuttgart who enrolled him into their youth system as soon he was on the verge of graduating from high school.
Timo Werner Senior Career
VfB Stuttgart (2013–2016)
In the 2012/13 season, Werner who was just 16 years old, was promoted to VfB Stuttgart U-19 side. He put up an impressive performance scoring 24 goals for the U-19 side during the campaign and thus was awarded the 2013 Gold U-17, Fritz Walter Medal.
At just the age of 17 and about 5 months, he debuted for VfB Stuttgart senior side in a UEFA Europa League qualifying match against PFC Botev Plovdiv. He then went on to play in the Bundesliga and DFB-Pokal becoming the youngest player to play in the league and tournament.
Werner soon registered his first goal and thus became the German league youngest goal scorer. He then went on to become the youngest Bundesliga player register a brace in a game against SC Freiburg.
After he signed his official contract with VfB Stuttgart, he became the youngest player in the Bundesliga to feature in 50 games, a record which was broken in 2018. Following this, Stuttgart was relegated and Werner moved on to Bundesliga side, RB Leipzig.
RB Leipzig (2016–2020)
In June 2016, Werned signed a four-year deal with RB Leipzig worth about €10 million, a club record amount. In his debut season, he became the youngest player to feature in 100 Bundesliga matches and became highest German goalscorer in the league with 21 goals.
His top effort also landed his team in the UEFA Champions League. In the 2017/18 season, Werner was in wonderful form as always. In a game against his former club Stuttgart in the season, he became the youngest Bundesliga player to reach 150 Bundesliga matches.
He also led his side to triumph over league giant, Bayern Munich for the first time in the history of RB Leipzig. He ended his 2017/18 campaign with 23 goals and 7 assists.
In October of the 2018/29 season, Werner reached 50 Bundesliga goals. In December 2018, he registered his fifth Bundesliga brace.
In January 2019, he reached his 100th appearance for RB Leipzig. In May 2019, he became the first RB Leipzig to score 50 goals. He began his 2019/20 season by scoring his first hat-trick in the Bundesliga in August 2019.
After appearing in the 100th Bundesliga game for RB Leipzig in October, he went on to become the Youngest Player in the Bundesliga to make 250 league appearances in November 2019.
On 18 June 2020, Werner agreed to sign for English Premier League club Chelsea, who activated his £47.5 million release clause, on a five-year contract.
He joined the club on 1 July. He made his league debut with the club on 14 September, in a 3–1 away win against Brighton & Hove Albion.
On 29 September, Werner scored his first goal for Chelsea in a 1–1 draw against Tottenham Hotspur which they lost 5–4 on penalties in the fourth round of the EFL Cup.
On 17 October, Werner scored his first Premier League goals with a brace and assisted Kai Havertz for the third as Chelsea drew Southampton 3–3 at home. On 28 October, he scored his first Champions League goal for Chelsea, a penalty against Russian side Krasnodar.
Timo Werner Net Worth & Salary
How much is Timo Werner’s net worth? As a young budding player, Werner has a net worth of about $1 million with an annual salary of about €5 million. His net worth is expected to increase at an exponential rate in the coming years due to his great future prospects.
Timo Werner Personal Life, Relationship & Trivia
As a young boy, Timo Werner idolised German footballer, Mario Gomez. He had several posters of the German star when he was young. He competed with his hero for a spot in the German football senior national first team.
In 2017, in a Champions League match against Besiktas in Turkey, he suffered breathing and air circulation problem due to excessive noise. Werner who tried to cover his ears despite calls from his teammates to attack was handed earplugs but could still not play and thus had to be substituted.
Werner is in a relationship with model Julia Nagler, who is a student of the University of Stuttgart. The couple is known for keeping matters relating to their relationship personal and rarely post pictures together on social media. Sometimes they post pictures together to address rumours of their break-up.
Social Media Reach
Twitter– 285.4k followers