The playmaker has netted 11 goals in 26 Bundesliga appearances, most recently scoring the victor in a crucial 1-0 win over Freiburg that keeps Leverkusen level on points with fourth-placed Borussia Monchengladbach, and has also contributed five assists as well as three Europa League strikes as the club remains in contention for continental honours.
Bayer Leverkusen taking care of supervisor Rudi Voller thinks Kai Havertz can take place to bet among the globe's elite clubs - however wishes he can rely on his solutions for some time much longer. "We know that all the greats from Germany and Europe are after him and that he has the ability to play anywhere".
However, the German newspaper also reports that Bayer Leverkusen were not interested in this bid because they believe they can fetch more than 100m euros for the player in the neat future.
Another factor to consider is whether Leverkusen would even be open to selling with many expecting a high asking-price if they do. His future is not decided at all yet. "I have no preference".
Rolfes acknowledges the coronavirus pandemic could impact rivals' spending in the coming months, potentially allowing Leverkusen to keep Havertz for another season. "If you see him play, it tells you everything", Bosz said.
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