Kai Havertz is a wanted man in England top clubs list with a move to Chelsea this summer likely to be possible but the Blues are not the only premier league club who wish to sign the Leverkusen youngster.
English National League club Hartlepool have also hinted they could also be in the race to sign the German international after updating on their tweeter handle that the Bayern Leverkusen star could be on his way to Victoria Park soon.
The tweet by Hartlepool has reach up to over 120,000 likes by Thursday evening, with more than 13,000 people engaging in the tweet.
However, Chelsea are leading the race to sign the 21 year old Germany international. The blues have recently tabled a bid of about £105m for the young veteran player.
Liverpool have recently showed interest in the German young player as Jurgen klopp is looking forward to boast his front line ahead of 2020/2021 season.
Who will at last secure the youngster's signature? Chelsea or Liverpool
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