For as long as many can remember, the links between Liverpool and Kai Havertz have continued to dominate much of the transfer talk surrounding the Anfield outfit and they are unlikely to relent after the impressive attacker continues to shine.
The Bundesliga were the first of Europe’s major football leagues to get their operations back up and running after the viral outbreak took the world by storm and put everything on hold for almost the whole population.
And, just as the pandemic has caught the headlines around the planet (albeit for the wrong reasons), Havertz’s recent performances for Bayer Leverkusen have been nothing short of phenomenal once again, with the two-month hiatus hardly appearing to have slowed his game down.
With no other football on, many will have been able to get a good look at what the Bundesliga has to offer and, perhaps, develop a new opinion as they get to see first-hand the football on show.
That could also include Liverpool, as there could potentially be more eyes on their reported target, and it would be hard to imagine they would not have liked what they have seen so far.
The Germany international recorded his second brace in two matches for his club when he bagged two goals against fellow Champions League-chasing rivals Borussia Monchengladbach, having hit two in the first half against Werder Bremen just days prior.
Those exploits, though, should not come as a surprise as the 20-year-old has been in sensational form for Bayer Leverkusen this season. According to the data collected by WhoScored, Havertz has bagged himself an impressive 14 goals and seven assists in his 36 appearances across all competitions for his club.
Furthermore, the youngster has gone on to be involved with 14 goals (scoring and assisting) in his last 10 matches for the German outfit, whilst consistently achieving an average match rating of 7.3 on the season.
Indeed, Liverpool could arguably benefit from a player of Havertz’s quality in the middle of the field as a player that potentially sits behind the lethal trio of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino.
The aforementioned trio have bagged 49 goals between them this season as they look to run riot in the Premier League, however they arguably lack support or assistance from anyone else on the park.
The closest man to them in the goalscoring charts is Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain with seven and Georginio Wijnaldum with another five from the midfield.
Havertz may have held back from talking openly about leaving Leverkusen recently whilst the German outfit have already put a price tag of €100million (£89.6m) on their 20-year-old star, however Liverpool could certainly do with adding a player of his quality to their playing staff.
Should Jurgen Klopp be able to do that, the Anfield outfit could well be strong favourites to win the Premier League next season, let alone picking up the trophy when the current campaign finally comes to an end. And, as expected, you can use an online-betting.org/pt/, which offers punters the opportunity to find the best bets available to them.