Kai Havertz’s future is in the middle of a conversation, but Bayer Leverkusen CEO Reiner Calmund suggests the young German midfielder join Real Madrid.
Kai Havertz is predicted to be one of the hottest properties in the transfer market next summer. Naturally, the playmaker showed a slick performance with Die Werkself lately.
As far as news is heard, there are a number of European giants who are said to be interested in getting Kai Havertz’s services. Some of them come from Premier League and La Liga clubs.
Of the interested teams, Calmund himself revealed that his players were more interested in continuing his career in the Spanish League.
“From his side, he does have an interest in playing in Spain,” Calmund was quoted as saying by Goal International.
If you can give advice, the CEO hopes that Kai Havertz will join Real Madrid, instead of Barcelona. Because, in the Catalan team there is already a figure of Lionel Messi whose performance is still timeless.
“I personally do not suggest he move to Barca. He will always be compared to Lionel Messi, and the media and also fans will remember Messi’s impressive performance more than he does. ”
“I think moving to Real Madrid is the most logical option. I know that Real are very interested in bringing Kai, but they have difficulty getting it next summer. ” He said.
Meanwhile, Real Madrid is currently planning to find the right replacement for Luka Modric. Because the 2018 best player in the world will soon turn 36 years old next season.
Therefore, Kai Havertz is predicted to be the right successor for Luka Modric in the Los Blancos squad.
“To my knowledge, Real Madrid is also considering such a scenario. If the move happens next year, Kai will play another season with Leverkusen,” he said.
Of course, it will not be easy for any team to recruit Kai Havertz, including Real Madrid. Because the financial condition of most clubs is currently being hit by a storm following the Corona Virus Pandemic.
On the one hand, Bayer Leverkusen is only willing to release the midfielder with a tag of 100 million Euros.