The 20-year-old has two years left on his arrangement at the BayArena

The 20-year-old assaulting midfielder keeps on dazzling in the Bundesliga and the previous striker is certain he would prevail at Tottenham

Tottenham must do everything they can to beat Europe’s top groups to the marking of Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen this late spring, says Darren Bent.

Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Barcelona, Liverpool and Manchester United are completely said to have their eye on the assaulting midfielder, who has scored eight objectives and made five aids 23 Bundesliga appearances this season.

The 20-year-old has two years left on his arrangement at the BayArena, however he said a month ago that he is prepared to make “a major advance” to another group.

In spite of the fact that there is a great deal of rivalry for Havertz, Bent accepts he would be an ideal colleague for Spurs stars Harry Kane and Son Heung-min and encouraged the club to discard every single other objective to seek after him.

“He’s a generally excellent player and he’s connected with a great deal of huge clubs the world over so in the event that you can take him, at that point what an upset that would be for your club,” the ex-Spurs and England striker said in a meeting with Football Insider.

“On the off chance that you can get top players like that, you proceed to get them.

“His supported position is a number 10 so that would be flawless in light of the fact that you’re discussing him, Harry Kane and Heung-min Son – I believe that would work super well.

“Now and again, I realize all groups have an exchange structure where they may go: ‘We need safeguards, we need midfielders,’ whatever it might be, however now and again little curves get tossed in.

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“At the point when a player of such quality out of nowhere gets tossed into the market, you must tear that move sheet up and go: ‘He’s the best player accessible, we must take him.'”

Leverkusen mentor Peter Bosz has hailed him as an “uncommon” player, while ex-Bayern and England midfielder Owen Hargreaves depicted his playing style as a blend of Mesut Ozil and Michael Ballack and tipped him to prevail in England.

In any case, another previous Spurs star, Dimitar Berbatov, proposed he would be a decent trade for Eden Hazard at Chelsea yet feels a late spring switch would be untimely.