Reports have emerged linking Kai Havertz with a possible move before Bayer Levekusen's second leg against Rangers in the UEFA Europa League.
Leverkusen manager Peter Bosz admitted that a deal could be out of his control, with the German midfielder attracting plenty of interest from around European for his performances in the last few seasons.
With the Bundesliga ending on Saturday, Bosz said "I certainly don't have the impression that this will be his last game for the club."
Leverkusen are in the DFB-Pokal final, yet Bosz admitted that Havertz would be playing depending "on nothing happening before then."
On the other hand, Leverkusen's chief executive, Rudi Voller, stated last week that Havertz would still be part of the team during the game against Rangers in the Europa League in August.
Havertz has attracted interest from all over Europe, with the main clubs being linked being Chelsea, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich, with Leverkusen demanding over £70m for the 21-year-old midfielder.
Havertz has scored 16 goals and provided nine assists in 41 games in all competitions this season, impressing immensely since the Bundesliga resumed, scoring 6 goals and providing an assist in the seven games he played in.