Leverkusen assistant coach Marcel Daum tells Manchester United Havertz ‘will not be signed on the cheap’
Bayer Leverkusen assistant coach Marcel Daum has told Manchester United and Liverpool they will have to pay up in order to sign kai Havertz
The season is on hold right now, as the coronavirus is taking over the world, but that has not stopped all the speculation in the media about possible signings that boht United and Liverpool may make this summer
Liverpool may have one of the best sides in the game right now, but they are still interested in a deal for Havertz, while Manchester United are in desperate need of improving their side for the chance to challenge for that premier League title again.
That has led to the speculation in the media that Havertz, who is valued at around the £89 million mark, is now top of the shopping list of the the clubs.
Now, amid the speculation Daum admits it’s a possibility Havertz could leave Leverkusen this summer but believes the club will be demanding a significant fee for their prized possession.
‘The situation with coronavirus is so strange and so complicated that it’s still open that he will leave us,’ he told TalkSport.
‘I don’t know what will happen, but at Bayer he has the right place to develop his strengths and improve.
‘The only thing I know is that Bayer won’t sell him for a cheap fee.’
Look, Havertz is a brilliantly gifted young man that is making all the right noised in Europe right now and if he comes to the Premier League in the summer, his game would surely develop.
Liverpool or United would actually be a very good move for the lad to make, as they both play the way that he likes, so it will be very interesting to see just where the man ends up if and when he comes to the premier League.