Football Bundesliga Bayer Leverkusen does not want to comment on transfer rumors about national player Kai Havertz.” We have nothing to say about any speculation,”it was said at the request of the”German Press Agency”of the association.
The”Sports Image”had previously reported that the 19-year-old should bring the Leverkusen family at least one hundred million euros in a sale. Havertz’s fictitious market value is taxed at 65 million euros.
More recently Havertz has been associated with the German record master Bavaria Munich. In Leverkusen, the offensive midfielder still has a contract with no exit clause until the 30th. June 2022. Havertz should also be on the wish list for other European top clubs.
“There is a lot of speculation. I’m not gonna worry about it. I’m not impressed by that. I am not interested in the future at the moment,”Havertz said at”Eurosport”:”I am a person who can handle such things and such headlines in general quite well.”
Rudi Volker added via”Sky”:”These are things that have been put into the world in this way. We know that Kai has enormous market value and many clubs are interested. But there was never an official request, let alone one with figures.”
Kiesslling is strong for Havertz stay
The former Bavarian goalkeeper Stefan Kiessling advised Havertz against a change to Munich in the”Sport1″interview.”Another year in Leverkusen would be good for his development,”said Kiesselling. From his point of view, a club like the Bavarians would be “still too early for him”, said Kiesslling, who works at Bayer as a spokesperson for the sports management.
The young professional’s balance sheet is impressive: In so far 80 league games he scored 17 goals and prepared 19. According to the “Sport Bild” Havertz is expected to come to Bavaria in the summer 2020.