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Sports director Bayer Leverkusen Jonas Boldt said that Kai Havertz's mid-star player is going to play anywhere in transit links with Bayern Munich and Arsenal.
After Havertz's international hand on Thursday, Boldt welcomed the future move in an interview with Sport1:
"There is no reason to be uncertain. The future is in Leverkusen, where Kai's environment is where he can make a big deal.
"It's good to see the boy going out from month to month, and we are really happy that he's been so good at [full] national, confirming our way in Leverkusen.
"A club, a player and everyone has agreed that Leverkusen is the right club, so that there is no resurgence of demand."
BBC Guide James Smith Smith, Joshua Kimmich withdrew his opinion after Joshua Harkz went into Germany, saying that the "19 years of age" would be the Bundesliga campaigns.
The Gunners have also been tied to the young man, each Darren Wells of the Mirror.
Havertz has been one of the main teenagers in the Bundesliga after he has been doing his / her. the first time in October 2016. In addition to the internationally Germany, it is one of the best passengers in the & # 39; Bundesliga:
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Kimmich went out of his way to praise Havertz after Germany's 3-0 win over Russia:
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Leverkusen has been enthusiastic about building through the academy and business has a good move, but their current results have been so poor this season. After a return back to the international situation, they will be located in the 13th place in Bundesliga, just two points above the departure centers.
That has led to some belief that the highest youngsters could be moved. Havertz is just one of several prestigious talents, as the side also includes Leon Bailey and Jonathan Tah.
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Bayern has begun to break up the season itself, which can cause many of the activities to move over older herring.
The Bavarians tend to blow up the main German talent. Leon Goretzka, 23, came to the summer club from Schalke, and beat one off and Havertz could set up the team's playground for future years.