Liverpool Should Make Plans To Sign This German Sensation For The Future- Opinion

After the emphatic victory in Madrid, Liverpool are now regarded as one of the best projects for youngsters around Europe.

This will certainly see them attract some of the biggest names in world football this summer or the next and one player, who is already linked with a move to the club is German sensation Kai Havertz.

The 20-year old has already ruled out a move away from Bayer Leverkusen this summer but has kept the door open for a move away from Germany.

“I really don’t know yet whether Bayern is the next and right step for me,” Havertz told Bild. So should Liverpool lay the foundations for a deal to bring Havertz to Anfield?

What Makes Havertz Special?

Having started his senior career as a teenager at Bay Arena, Havertz is currently regarded as one of the best youngsters in this sport at the moment.

He has been a regular in the first team for Leverkusen in the two seasons before the last. But in the 2018/19 campaign, he turned into a different beast, registering 20 goals and six assists in all competitions.

Havertz was fourth on the list of top goal scorers in the Bundesliga last season and what makes these numbers more impressive is the fact that he plays as a midfielder.

The 20-year old was used in a no.10 role, and also out wide at times, but his ability to find dangerous positions and keep his calm in front of goal have made him a real danger to even the best teams in Germany.

A technically gifted and confident player, Havertz is also impressive with his dribbling but his positioning and vision are what make him a stand-out player in an impressive squad at Bay Arena.

Lapses of concentration are a rare thing for Havertz as he has shown great maturity even under severe pressure. All of this at 20, is what makes Havertz a special player in world football.

Should Klopp Make A Move?

The Reds are not really interested in replacing any of their first-team attackers. But Havertz will act as a backup to more than one role in the squad and will also allow Jurgen Klopp to use a 4-2-3-1 system, that he experimented in the middle of the previous campaign.

The Leverkusen man can play on either wing or in an advanced midfield role and is exactly the kind of a player The Reds need to sign in the future.

There is no point trying to spend big on players who will not be happy on the bench. Havertz may have to bide his time at Merseyside before he is integrated into the first team but once he shows his worth, Klopp will have to name him in his first-team for most games.

At his age, he is only going to get better, playing in a squad like Liverpool. But it will be interesting to see if he is ready to move out of Germany any time soon.

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