Kai Havertz has an agreement in place with Bayer Leverkusen that allows him to move in the next transfer window, claims Rudi Voller.
Kai Havertz can leave Bayer Leverkusen in the next transfer window if the right conditions are met, claims club sporting director Rudi Voller.
The Germany international enjoyed a stellar season in the Bundesliga, scoring 12 goals and assisting a further six.
As expected, that form has seen Havertz linked with a big money exit from the club this summer. The trio of Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Chelsea are all said to be interested in the 21-year-old.
Leverkusen reportedly hope to receive €100 million for the promising midfielder and Voller claims the youngster can leave if the right price is met.
Voller hopes to persuade Havertz to stay one more season but concedes there is a mutual understanding between the club and the player over a potential transfer.
“There is nothing specific, nothing to report. As of now, he is our player,” Voller told Bild.
“We have our ideas, we know what he can do. I personally hope that he stays one more year. We have an agreement: if it works, he can go this summer.”
Where would Kai Havertz play his football next season? We’ll have to wait and see about that.