'There is nothing new' on Kai Havertz's future, claims Bayer Leverkusen boss Rudi Völler, who stresses that the youngster can only leave if 'certain conditions' are met.
|Kai Havertz.||Photo: Bayer 04 Leverkusen|
Bayer Leverkusen chief Rudi Völler insists there is still 'no decision' on Kai Havertz's future amid reports linking the 21-year-old with a move away from the club.
Chelsea are said to be keen on making a move for Havertz, who will only be allowed to depart BayArena 'under certain conditions,' according to Völler.
"No decision has been made yet. I'd like to repeat myself by emphasizing that we're talking about a wonderful footballer," Völler told Kicker and continued:
"There is nothing new in this regard. We have a clear and mutual agreement with him and his representatives that he can only leave under certain conditions. Otherwise he will stay."
According to reports, it will take an offer of at least €100 million to prise Havertz away from BayArena.
The German international's contract with Leverkusen expires in 2022.