Bayer Leverkusen CEO Fernando Carro has confirmed that Chelsea goal Kai Havertz has expressed a want to depart the Bundesliga membership this summer season.
Havertz, 21, has been closely linked with a transfer to Stamford Bridge, with Leverkusen slapping a £90m price ticket on the highly-rated Germany worldwide’s shoulders.
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“It was all the time clear that there could be talks as quickly because the Europa League ended for us,” he advised Kolner Stadt-Anzeiger.
“Kai has expressed a want to take the subsequent step. Whether or not it will work within the close to future or not, I can’t say in the mean time.”
He didn’t point out whether or not Chelsea or Manchester United have been potential frontrunners, however added: “There are a number of golf equipment who need to embrace Kai Havertz of their future plans.”
Havertz discovered the goal in what might have been his farewell look for Leverkusen of their Europa League quarter-final conflict towards Inter Milan on Monday evening.
Nevertheless, his highly effective strike past Samir Handanovic wasn’t sufficient for Peter Bosz’s aspect as they suffered a 2-1 defeat in Dusseldorf, with Nicolo Barella and Romelu Lukaku scoring for Antonio Conte’s aspect.