German side, RB Leipzig have reached an agreement with Chelsea to resign Timo Werner.
The German joined the Stamford Bridge side two years ago but has since failed to score as much goals as he used to do before leaving Red Bull Arena.
Now Chelsea have activated the £45m release clause that was included in the contract he signed with the club two years ago.
Sky Sports reports that a fee of £25.3m (€30m) plus bonuses has been agreed between the two parties.
The 26-year-old is zealous about making Hansi Flick’s World Cup squad and hopes a return to his former club will ensure that.
Switch gathered that the two clubs had planned for a season long loan but things escalated in no time and a permanent transfer agreement was reached.