Liverpool, under Jurgen Klopp, have redeemed their lost glory after conquering the European crown. They have formed a formidable force who are now the frontrunners to clinch the Premier League glory and the iconic German might sanction another high-profile deal next summer to bolster the squad furthermore.
The growing popularity of Kai Havertz has not gone unnoticed by the European heavyweights. The Reds have been monitoring his progress for a while, and the Bayer Leverkusen sensation has recently refuelled the speculations on his future while speaking at a Germany news conference on Friday.
“I listen to many people but in the end, it will be my decision. I will embrace any advice Low will give me because he has a lot of experience – it wouldn’t be smart to not listen to him.”
While Liverpool Must Splash The Cash To Rope In Havertz
The midfield attacker has been regular for Die Werkself since 17 years of age and has made more than 100 senior appearances so far across all competitions. He fired in 20 goals last season in 42 outings and scored his maiden international goal (at the senior level) recently in Germany’s 2-2 stalemate against Argentina at Signal Iduna Park.
Although capable of featuring in central midfield as well as down the right, the youngster is more efficient and productive while operating as a ‘number 10’. The Reds, meanwhile, might not have missed the services of Philippe Coutinho but they have been in the market for a creative midfielder who adds goals to his game.
A move for Nabil Fekir suggests the same even though it failed to materialise eventually and the club, therefore, must jump in to wrap his signature up ahead of the other suitors.
Why The Reds Hold Advantage In The Race
He is labelled as an ‘Alleskönner‘ (all-rounder) in Germany and is hailed for his technical traits, vision, creative spark and intelligence. Havertz is two-footed, comfortable on the ball and even drops deep to help his teammates based on the complexion of a particular outing. His game suits Klopp’s philosophy and style of football and a move to Merseyside would help him flourish further under the careful guidance of his fellow countryman.