Bayer Leverkusen wonderkid Kai Havertz & # 39; talking to SEVEN European giants & # 39; more than £ 110 million summer movement clubs including Man United, Liverpool and Real Madrid fight to sign him
- Kai Havertz has been impressed by Bayer Leverkusen in recent years
- The 20-year-old scored 17 goals last season and is capped for Germany
- A large number of European clubs are interested in the signature of the attacking midfielder
- Chelsea, Manchester City, Bayern Munich, and Barcelona also keep tabs
Bayer Leverkusen starlet Kai Havertz is reportedly in conversation with a large number of European top clubs around a £ 110 million move next summer.
The 20-year-old midfielder Havertz has been impressed in the Bundesliga since his breakthrough in the first team in 2017 and scored 17 goals in the German top flight last season.
He also made his international debut last year for Germany and now Manchester United, Liverpool, Real Madrid, Chelsea, Manchester City, Bayern Munich and Barcelona have all contacted his agent about a possible move, according to the German publication Bild .
KAI HAVERTZ & # 39; S CAREER TO SO MUCH
- Appearance: 121
- Goals: 31
- Assists: 23
- Yellow cards: 9
- Red cards: 0
It is reported that a move in January was possible, but Havertz would like to stay until the summer if he wants to impress national team boss Joachim Low and make his way to the German Euro 2020 team.
Bayern Munich failed with a bid of £ 76 million last summer, and the value of Havertz has now risen to the region of £ 110 million.
The 20-year-old would be close by are a decision about his long-term future in the coming weeks.
Havertz enjoys working with a coach and trusting and trusting, such as Mauricio Pochettino, who could make a switch to Bayern if the Argentinian moved to the Allianz Arena.
Jurgen Klopp of Liverpool is also considered an admirer, along with Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola.
The motivation of Havertz is certainly not financial, but he will nevertheless have a lucrative movement on the horizon when he leaves Leverkusen.
He recently discussed his future with the Spanish outlet Brand and hinted that a transfer in the near future is a possibility.
& # 39; I think I have gained sufficient international experience at Leverkusen, & # 39; said Havertz.
& # 39; I know the rhythm of these international competitions and I am confident that I can go abroad at any time and play in clubs outside Germany.
& # 39; I want to have a good season for now. Then we'll see. & # 39;