Talks with Lowe first! £80 million rated Liverpool target Havertz announces interest in big move

Liverpool have an opening for an attacking midfielder and kai havertz seems to be in the running, especially after he admitted that he is interested in a move away.

It is no secret that Liverpool now have one of the best and most exciting teams in world football, as evident by the fact they are Champions of Europe and on course to land the Premier League title and blow everybody else in the English game away.

But there has been one name linked with a possible move to Anfield over the past few months and that is Havertz, the young German midfielder that has been making all the right noises over in the Bundesliga with his impressive performances.

And he has alerted a whole host of clubs from around Europe, after the German footballer admitted is ready to discuss a transfer which could see him leave Bayer Leverkusen at the end of the season, he was just going to seek the advice of German coach Joachim Lowe first.

Havertz said on the BILD website: ‘ 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’

Germany’s national team manager low has previously stated Leverkusen was the best place for Havertz to develop. he said: ‘I’ll talk to him on occasion, but not now and not this year. Hes supposed to be playing in Leverkusen, where he plays regularly, that’s the biggest advantage for a young player like that.’

It is expected havertz will move at the end of this current season and it is expected that the likes of Liverpool will make a move to try and tempt him to Anfield, and considering Liverpool are now one of the best sides in the game, it would be very hard for the lad to turn down such a move.

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