Arsenal and Liverpool to miss out on Kai Havertz who ‘will go to Bayern Munich next year’ Phil HaighMonday 27 May 2019 10:45 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link106Shares Advertisement Kai Havertz is one of the most exciting talents in world football (Picture: Getty Images)Liverpool and Arsenal are likely to be disappointed in their pursuit of German teenage sensation Kai Havertz, who is likely to join Bayern Munich from Bayer Leverkusen next year.The 19-year-old has quickly become one of the biggest stars in the Bundesliga since making his debut as a 17-year-old in 2016.The midfielder turns 20 in June and has already racked up over 100 appearances for Leverkusen and scored 17 Bundesliga goals this season – the most ever managed by a teenager.Unsurprisingly, the youngster’s efforts have attracted the attention of a wide range of clubs, but former Leverkusen sporting director Reiner Calmund believes that it will be Bayern who eventually win the race for his signature.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘Kai Havertz will go to Bayern next year, not this year,’ Calmund told Bild. Comment Advertisement Havertz scored 17 Bundesliga goals this season (Picture: Getty Images)‘He will not move [this summer]. Leverkusen want to enjoy him a bit longer but he’ll move on. Hopefully, he stays in Germany, and the club that can do that is Bayern.’Calmund seems very confident about Havertz’s future, but it will ultimately come down to who can persuade the talented teen next summer and who flashes the most cash in his direction.Havertz is unlikely to make a move this summer as Leverkusen secured a return to Champions League football with a fourth-place finish in the Bundesliga.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityManager Peter Bosz believes this should give them the bargaining power to keep hold of their big names, including both Havertz and another Premier League target, Julian Brandt.‘Yes, it’s a better chance [of Leverkusen keeping both players],’ said Bosz.‘I don’t know. Kai will stay, for sure. And Julian, I hope he will stay. Every player wants to play at the highest level and we have the chance next season to play at the highest level.‘We’re looking forward to it. Not only in the Champions League but also the Bundesliga.‘Our goal will be to be better than this season and therefore we have to work harder than this season and be more clear about how we want to play. It’s a big achievement.’MORE: Manchester United and Arsenal on alert as Jerome Boateng is told to leave Bayern MunichMORE: Jaap Stam warns Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Manchester United need a complete revamp this summer
RelatedPosts Solskjaer criticises England over handling of youngster Greenwood Denmark hold England to draw Batshuayi double helps Belgium to massive win over Iceland Raheem Sterling’s last minute penalty salvaged England from another embarrassing result against Iceland as Gareth Southgate’s men survived going down to 10 men and Birkir Bjarnason also missing a late spot-kick to start their Nations League campaign with a 1-0 win in Reykjavik on Saturday.Four years on from one of English football’s most embarrassing nights in losing 2-1 to Iceland at Euro 2016, the Three Lions were far from the free-scoring force that romped through Euro 2020 qualifying in their first match for 10 months. Harry Kane had an early goal wrongly ruled out for offside before Kyle Walker was sent-off for two bookable offences 20 minutes from time.All of Iceland’s good defensive work was undone in the 89th minute when Sverrir Ingason was also harshly dismissed for a second booking when he blocked Sterling’s shot with his arm.With Kane having been replaced by Mason Greenwood, Sterling took responsibility from spot, but the drama did not end there.Straight from kick-off, Joe Gomez was adjudged to have bundled over Holmbert Fridjonsson inside the area, but Bjamason blazed the resulting penalty over.Southgate’s men continued to enjoy the vast majority of possession in the second period, but the closest they came to breaking the deadlock before the dramatic finale was when Iceland’s Kari Arnason flicked Kieran Trippier’s free-kick onto his own post. Moments later Walker’s ill-judged lunge to break up an Icelandic counter-attack left his side a man down.A breakthrough did not look like coming until Sterling collected an overhit corner and the ball struck Ingason’s arm in his attempt to block the shot.Sterling coolly rolled his penalty straight down the middle and how Bjarnason wish he had showed the same composure as his wild finish let England off the hook.Tags: EnglandRaheem SterlingUEFA Nations League
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisIt was opening day in Alpena Circuit Court for the trial of 67–year–old Dennis Albert Liske. Liske who has been charged with sexual conduct in the 2nd degree sat in silence as jury selection began for his case.One by one Judge Mack along with Prosecutor, Ed Black, and Liske’s lawyer, Dan White questioned citizens to see who would be fit for the trial. Before selecting 12 people to determine Liske’s fate, Liske’s lawyer, called out names of possible witnesses who would be involved with the trial.Judge Mack went over the rule while Ed Black questioned possible jury candidates. At least 15 people we’re let go before a final jury was selected around 11:30 am.“You’re excused,” were the words Judge Mack uttered to citizens he decided to let go.Some issues while selecting a jury included the fact that over a dozen called to duty knew Liske. Some admitted that they would have a difficult time and felt uncomfortable with the facts of the case.“So again we haven’t given the specifics of the case. But if you’re having difficulty of the subject matter or if you think it will cause you not to be able to sit on the jury to a certain attempt to be able to listen to the judge’s obstructions and only consider the evidence that he obstructs you to consider?” Prosecuting Attorney, Ed Black questioned to the jury.Opening statements finally started around 1 pm. Liske was charged with a single count of criminal sexual conduct in the 2nd degree stemming back from an incident involving his now 13–year–old granddaughter.She was 12 back in January when she claimed Liske inappropriately touched her chest at his home. Liske pleaded not guilty to the charge. The trial has been set to last 3 days.WBKB News will have more details coming up this week.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: Criminal Charges, Criminal Sexual Conduct, Dennis Albert Liske, Dennis LiskeContinue ReadingPrevious Besser Museum Celebrates ‘Night Sky’ With Upcoming EventNext Thomas James Guthrie Found Guilty of Criminal Sexual Conduct
Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Dodgers’ Dave Roberts says baseball’s unwritten rules ‘have changed, should change’ Dodgers’ hot-hitting Corey Seager leaves game with back injury Related Articles Whicker: Dustin May yet another example of the Dodgers’ eye for pitching The deadline to sign this year’s draft picks is Friday at 2 p.m. PT. If the Dodgers do not persuade Ginn to change his mind before then, they will receive a compensation pick next year following the first round (31st overall). As of late Thursday afternoon, Ginn was one of six first-round picks unsigned.Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman had no comment Thursday.If Ginn does not sign, it will not be the first time the Dodgers have failed to sign a top pick during Friedman’s tenure. In 2015 – the same draft that brought them Walker Buehler – the Dodgers chose University of Louisville right-hander Kyle Funkhouser with the 35th pick overall, a compensatory pick for losing Hanley Ramirez as a free agent.Funkhouser did not sign. He returned to Louisville and was a fourth-round selection of the Detroit Tigers the following year. The Dodgers received a compensatory pick (36th overall) in the 2016 draft and used it to take Vanderbilt right-hander Jordan Sheffield.The slotted money for the 30th overall pick this year was approximately $2.275 million, which will be taken away from the Dodgers’ overall draft pool. Dodgers’ Justin Turner looking rejuvenated on defense Dodgers bench slumping Cody Bellinger for a day The Dodgers’ first-round pick in last month’s draft says he won’t be signing with the team.Mississippi high school right-hander J.T. Ginn posted on his Twitter and Instagram accounts Thursday afternoon, saying he had chosen to follow through on his commitment to play college baseball for Mississippi State.“After being drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the first round, I had a lot to think about over the last month,” Ginn posted. “My ultimate goal is to one day play in the Major Leagues and the draft provided one path to that goal. College baseball offered another path. I am grateful for both opportunities and after giving it a lot of thought I have decided to pursue my lifelong dream of playing college baseball for the Mississippi State Bulldogs!!!”Ginn was taken with the last pick of the first round, 30th overall. The Dodgers did sign their second-round pick on Thursday, college right-hander Michael Grove, who is recovering from Tommy John surgery.
Indian internet service providers (ISPs) have installed the highest number of Internet filtering systems and blocked the maximum number of web pages, an investigation covering 10 countries by University of Toronto-based Citizen Lab, along with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) and The Indian Express in India, has found.Read it at Indian Express Related Items