- Current club: Bayer 04 Leverkusen
- Date of Birth: 11 June 1999
- Birthplace: Aachen, Aachen, Germany
- Position: Midfielder
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Man Utd 'leading race' for Bayer Leverkusen whiz Kai Havertz
are also admirers of the Germany international, but it is the Old Trafford club showing the strongest conviction. United are...
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Germany international Kai Havertz is reportedly excited by the prospect of joining Manchester United when the current season comes to a close.
A look at the potential transfers into the Premier League, particularly at the sharp end, and a few players who might leave it altogether.
German midfielder Kai Havertz has hinted he could be ready to depart Bayer Leverkusen in favour of a transfer elsewhere, with clubs in England apparently considering a move for the creative starlet. Bayern Munich have also been linked with a transfer for the Leverkusen man.
Manchester United are reportedly set to make a double signing from the Bundesliga. According to reports, Ed Woodward has approved moves for starlet Kai Havertz and the Bayern Munich wantaway Thomas Muller for a combined fee of £125m. Havertz is on the wishlist of every top club in Europe and the Leverkusen youngster has the potential to become one of the best attacking-midfielders in the world.
Nassim Boujellab has emerged through the ranks at Gelsenkirchen side Schalke in recent years, having impressed for the club's second string side the 20-year-old now finds himself in the club's first team squad. Boujellab, who is comfortable playing anywhere in the midfield but his preferred position is in a central role, has already appeared for Morocco's youth international team.
Arsenal have reportedly identified Bayern Munich attacker Kai Havertz as a potential replacement for Mesut Ozil when the current season comes to a close.
Arsenal have been linked with a move for Bayer Leverkusen youngster Kai Havertz. The talented German under-21 international playmaker has been a revelation since forcing his way into Bayer's first team and is now coveted by some of Europe's top teams.
Lauded in Germany as the future of the national team, Kai Havertz has burst on to the scene for Bayer Leverkusen in stunning fashion over the past 12 months. Representing his country at every youth level, Havertz is hopeful that continued success for club is likely to reward the youngster with an opportunity to represent the German full national team.
Bayer Leverkusen have produced some of Germany's best young players in recent times and have brought through yet another wonderkid in midfielder Atakan Akkaynak. The 18-year-old central midfielder, comfortable playing in defensive or offensive positions, is one of the best young players in Germany and has represented the country's under-17's, 18's and 16's sides.