He said: "He has a contract until 2020 and he feels at home here", - before adding that there was no need to worry about a release clause being met as there wasn't one. "Liverpool is a big club with a great stadium and super fans, plus it's a huge transfer".
The 21 year-old shot to fame with RB Leipzig last season, scoring 21 goals in 31 Bundesliga outings and has impressed on the global stage also, scoring six goals in only seven competitive appearances.
"With this, we can offer Timo everything to continue his development here".
"In Spain there are a maximum of three clubs with Barca, Real and Atletico Madrid". That is why I do not think what is in one, two, three years. Perhaps RB will be a big club too - I'm quite sure.
However, the Bundesliga club's general manager Oliver Mintzlaff believed his side's participation in the Champions League and rise to prominence ensures there is nothing for the club to worry about.
RB Leipzig, though, could be reluctant to sell another of their key players given Guinea worldwide Keita will move to Liverpool at the end of the 2017-18 season.
When asked whether he could guarantee he will still be with the club next season, Werner replied: "You can never promise something".
"And I am not one who has to go [to another club], where I may earn much more, if I can stay with a club where I develop better and know what I have".