Werder Bremen 1-4 Bayern Leverkusen: Kai Havertz Brace Sparks Man Utd, Chelsea, Liverpool Rumours!

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Kai Havertz

Bayern Leverkusen Youngster Kai Havertz continued to impress as his two goals helped his club secure a 4-1 win over Werder Bremen, MySportDab reports. 

Havertz has been linked with a move to the Premier League and picked up again as the Bundesliga came back to life this weekend.

After Robert Lewandowski, Erling Haaland and others played over the weekend following Bundesliga’s return, it was time for Havertz to show himself.

The 20-year-old scored two beautiful headers within five minutes.

Havertz had scored five goals in eight matches before the football suspension and proved himself as one of the hottest young midfielders in Europe with a first-half brace.

The Germany international is being monitored by the likes of Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester United, Barcelona, Chelsea, and Bayern Munich.

Those clubs linked with Havertz just shown how talented this young footballer has become over the past two years.

Havertz can play either as an attacking midfielder or a winger, but he is more used to play as a NO.10 with the ability to do more attacking sensed.

He has already won seven caps for the Germany national team and Coach Joachim Low himself gave him his debut in September 2018.

Havertz is set to be a very crucial player with the German national team, and his club Leverkusen are also expected to challenge for the Bundesliga title in a few years.

It is only a matter of time before Havertz secure a big-money move to Europe’s biggest clubs.

Kai Havertz could now become the new £100m player ahead of the summer transfer window.

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