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He quickly established himself as a regular in the first team and continued to break records. He became Leverkusen’s youngest goalscorer in the Bundesliga on April 2, 2017 when he scored in a 3-3 draw against Wolfsburg.A year later, Havertz became the youngest player to reach 50 Bundesliga appearances at 18 years and 307 days old, breaking the record previously held by Timo Werner. In the 2018/19 season, he scored 17 goals – the most by a teenager in a single league season – and lost out on the German Football of the Year award to Marco Reus by the smallest of margins.

He already has two goals in four Leverkusen appearances this season in all competitions and has won five caps for Germany, which could well be added to against Argentina on Wednesday evening, live on Sky Sports.

But what kind of player is Havertz? He has been likened to fellow Germans Mesut Ozil, Michael Ballack and Toni Kroos and is known in Germany as an ‘alleskonner’ – someone who can do everything. He is comfortable on both feet, is technically astute and can also compete in the air. He also has versatility at his disposal, able to shine in those forward roles or sit deeper, where he remains composed and assured.

Manchester United are crying out for a player who can do it all in midfield, Liverpool less so, but they would give Havertz more opportunities at the highest levels. The 20-year-old talent is open to a move too, recently telling Sportsbuzzer: “I am happy to stay at Leverkusen for one more year. What happens next summer will be experienced in the future.”

For now, Premier League fans will have to admire him from afar as he continues to light up German football.Also keep an eye out for fellow 20-year-old Leonardo Balerdi. The Argentina centre-back will be right at home at Signal Iduna Park – where Wednesday’s game is being played – having signed for Borussia Dortmund in January from Boca Juniors.

However, despite being in line for his second Argentina cap – having won his first in September – he is yet to make his debut for Dortmund’s first team.The promising defender has made seven appearances for Dortmund’s reserve side and has been included in the club’s first-team squad three times, but his first competitive step onto the Signal Iduna Park could be with Argentina.

Many are tipping Balerdi for big things, with the youngster citing Sergio Ramos and Gerard Pique as his idols, and Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc has said: “Leonardo is an intelligent centre-back and strong in defence. He also has a good build-up and passing game. We are very glad that he has chosen us and are convinced that he will help us with his talent in the future.”Fans at Signal Iduna Park hoping to catch a glimpse of Lionel Messi will be disappointed – he has not been selected in the latest Argentina squad.

But fear not, this does not mean the end of his international career. Again. Messi has, in fact, been suspended from international football for three months by CONMEBOL after he claimed the Copa America had been “fixed for Brazil” and fined $50,000 (£41,121). He will miss Wednesday’s friendly and a game against Ecuador on Sunday.

The Barcelona forward has also missed much of the season so far with injury, playing in just three La Liga games and only one full match, against Sevilla on Sunday. Of course, being Messi, he already has one goal and assist in those three games.

His sights will be set further forward for his country. Argentina will co-host the Copa America next year with Colombia to give Messi another shot at winning a major trophy for his country before he calls time on his international career once and for all.

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He quickly established himself as a regular in the first team and continued to break records. He became Leverkusen’s youngest goalscorer in the Bundesliga on April 2, 2017 when he scored in a 3-3 draw against Wolfsburg.A year later, Havertz became the youngest player to reach 50 Bundesliga appearances at 18 years and 307 days old, breaking the record previously held by Timo Werner. In the 2018/19 season, he scored 17 goals – the most by a teenager in a single league season – and lost out on the German Football of the Year award to Marco Reus by the smallest of margins.

He already has two goals in four Leverkusen appearances this season in all competitions and has won five caps for Germany, which could well be added to against Argentina on Wednesday evening, live on Sky Sports.

But what kind of player is Havertz? He has been likened to fellow Germans Mesut Ozil, Michael Ballack and Toni Kroos and is known in Germany as an ‘alleskonner’ – someone who can do everything. He is comfortable on both feet, is technically astute and can also compete in the air. He also has versatility at his disposal, able to shine in those forward roles or sit deeper, where he remains composed and assured.

Manchester United are crying out for a player who can do it all in midfield, Liverpool less so, but they would give Havertz more opportunities at the highest levels. The 20-year-old talent is open to a move too, recently telling Sportsbuzzer: “I am happy to stay at Leverkusen for one more year. What happens next summer will be experienced in the future.”

For now, Premier League fans will have to admire him from afar as he continues to light up German football.Also keep an eye out for fellow 20-year-old Leonardo Balerdi. The Argentina centre-back will be right at home at Signal Iduna Park – where Wednesday’s game is being played – having signed for Borussia Dortmund in January from Boca Juniors.

However, despite being in line for his second Argentina cap – having won his first in September – he is yet to make his debut for Dortmund’s first team.The promising defender has made seven appearances for Dortmund’s reserve side and has been included in the club’s first-team squad three times, but his first competitive step onto the Signal Iduna Park could be with Argentina.

Many are tipping Balerdi for big things, with the youngster citing Sergio Ramos and Gerard Pique as his idols, and Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc has said: “Leonardo is an intelligent centre-back and strong in defence. He also has a good build-up and passing game. We are very glad that he has chosen us and are convinced that he will help us with his talent in the future.”Fans at Signal Iduna Park hoping to catch a glimpse of Lionel Messi will be disappointed – he has not been selected in the latest Argentina squad.

But fear not, this does not mean the end of his international career. Again. Messi has, in fact, been suspended from international football for three months by CONMEBOL after he claimed the Copa America had been “fixed for Brazil” and fined $50,000 (£41,121). He will miss Wednesday’s friendly and a game against Ecuador on Sunday.

The Barcelona forward has also missed much of the season so far with injury, playing in just three La Liga games and only one full match, against Sevilla on Sunday. Of course, being Messi, he already has one goal and assist in those three games.

His sights will be set further forward for his country. Argentina will co-host the Copa America next year with Colombia to give Messi another shot at winning a major trophy for his country before he calls time on his international career once and for all.