Kai Havertz receive strong Jurgen Klopp message as player eye Liverpool move


Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Kai Havertz has been told not to hurry over a move to Liverpool this summer amid Jurgen Klopp's interest

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Liverpool are said to be eyeing a move for German prospect Kaiv Havertz this term. The attacking midfieder is believed to be a huge target for Red boss Jurgen Klopp.

Despite the Reds' interest for the 20-year-old, it is presumed that the Merseyside club won't be letting out a fee anywhere near the 100million euros Leverkusen are demanding this summer. Nevertheless Havertz has been impressive for the Die Werkself.

According to  Leverkusen legend Jens Nowotny, £80million rated Havertz can still continue to prosper at Anfield if he makes a switch but need to stay with his current employers until next season.

Speaking to Goal and SPOX, Nowotny said: "He [ Kai Havertz ] is on the way to becoming a world-class player, he has huge potential.

"The next step is very, very important. Another year in Leverkusen would certainly not hurt him. For his personal development as a player and as a person it would be good for him to be in an environment in which he feels comfortable – and that's the case in Leverkusen. Otherwise he would not have already spent 10 years at the club.

The former Germany international who helped knock Liverpool out of the Champions League in 2002, added: "To fulfil his potential, the next step is very, very important. He has to ask himself questions: are there clubs where he can develop if there is a possible change? Or are there only clubs where he has to arrive and function as a finished player?

"On the one hand, you need coaches like Jurgen Klopp, Pep Guardiola or Jose Mourinho, who can take him further. On the other hand, such a coach also has to work for a club where he is allowed to develop. For a young player, Borussia Dortmund may be better than Bayern Munich in terms of club and environment."

Kai Havertz who can play as a midfielder or winger, has become one of the most sought-after talents in Europe.

The German has scored eight Bundeliga goals with two coming from their 4-1 win over Werder Bremen on Monday night following the Bundesliga resumption after a two-month suspension due to the coronavirus outbreak.

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