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Timo Werner transfer saga and FIFA to allow 5 substitutes in the competition when football resumes.

Timo Werner transfer saga.

From the reports going on in the media, it has been suggested that the Kaiser has got a release clause of 60 million euros. However, due to the current crisis situation, Liverpool do not want to splash that sum to sign him [The Guardian] .

More recently, renowned source La Gazzetta Dello Sport have covered a report and revealed an interesting point regarding the clause of the RB Leipzig forward.

GDS claim that Inter Milan believe that Werner would be the ideal man to replace Lautaro Martinez, who is linked with a move away from the Nerazzuri in the summer.

It's mentioned that if Leipzig do not win the league title, then their star forward's clause will drop to 50 million euros.

FIFA to allow extra subs.

Germany's Bundesliga is due to resume next week, while the premier league project restart has a prospective resumption next month.

The changes applies to competitions due to be completed within this calendar year, and decision on whether to implement the changes is for each relevant competition organiser.

There is also another option to stop the video assistant referee system because of safety concerns over officials working together in a small room for the duration of matches.

IFAB and FIFA will decide at a later stage whether to extend the ruling to the 2020-21 season.

1. Each team will be allowed to use a maximum of 5 subs.

2. To reduce disruption to the match, each team will have a maximum of three opportunities to make substitution during the game,substitution may also be made at half time.

3. If both teams make a substitution at the same time this will counted as one of the three opportunities for each team.

4. Unused substitutes and opportunities are carried forward into extra time.

5. Substitutes may also be made before the start of extra time and at half time in each time.

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