Manchester United are one of the many several clubs who are keeping tabs on Bayer Leverkusen youngster Kai Havertz.
The attacking midfielder has become one of the most sought after young talents out there recently with many tipping him to make a move away from Germany.
Since breaking into the Leverkusen starting XI as a 17-year-old, the player has gone on to feature so many times for the club and breaking many records at the club too.
The 20-year-old has been linked with Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City with Liverpool also credited with an interest.
However former Bayer Leverkusen and Chelsea midfielder, Michael Ballack has advised Havertz to extend his stay at the club and shouldn’t be in a hurry to depart.
“Players with his quality are in demand everywhere but I think he is in good hands in Leverkusen,” Ballack told Bild.
“The conditions are perfect for top young players to further their development.”
“Leverkusen play attractive football, the training opportunities are very good. Leverkusen also offers a cautious environment.
“As a player [at Leverkusen] you can sometimes make mistakes without being the focus of criticism – you should appreciate that.
“Of course, a player like Havertz would also like to play in the Champions League, so it would be important for Leverkusen to qualify.”
It remains a dilemma whether Man United will prioritise the signing of Kai Havertz with a right winger and a midfielder their main priorities.
The Red Devils will also have to fend off interest from German champions Bayern Munich if they are continuing the 20-year-old’s signature.