Kai Havertz will be allowed to leave Bayer Leverkusen this summer, providing that certain conditions set by the club are met, sporting director Rudi Voller told Bild.
Having just turned 21, the attacking midfielder has been linked with Bayern Munich and Real Madrid, but according to his teammate Wendell, he would like to test himself in the Premier League. This would be a good piece of news for the likes of Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United, who have all been credited with interest in his services too.
Voller didn’t elaborate on the conditions he mentioned, but presumably he was talking about a potential transfer fee Leverkusen would receive to let Havertz go. Reportedly, the price is set at around €100 million, and it remains to be seen whether they’ll be any takers in the current financial climate. Meanwhile, Voller, a 1990 World Cup winner with Germany, stressed that for the time being, Havertz is a Leverkusen player and they have their own plans with him.
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