Thomas Muller has agreed with Jurgen Klopp's assessment of Kai Havertz.
The Bayer Leverkusen talisman has scored 36 goals across the last two seasons in Germany and has not yet committed his future to the club after the Bundesliga season came to a close.
Muller, who enjoyed one of the best seasons of his career with 12 goals and 25 assists, believes he is one of the best young talents in Europe.
"In my last few years with the national team, I still enjoyed to train and play with him,” Muller told Sky Sports Austria.
"Kai Havertz is an extremely good player. If not, at that age, a top talent in Europe.”
When asked if he could join Bayern this summer, Muller said: “He has such good skills and of course we at Bayern always want to have the players with the best skills.
"I have no insight into the financial area of Mr. Dreesen [Vice-Chairman] and the sports director area. I don't know now what is planned."
Liverpool winning their first Premier League title is set to give them an advantage over their rivals in the transfer market this summer, and Klopp has stated his opinion of Havertz in the past.
He said: ”There are a lot of good players on this planet. Timo Werner is a great player, Kai Havertz is a great player.
"Right time, opportunity - everything has to come together. Six, seven weeks ago, we didn't know if we could play again this year.
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“If we hadn't played the second half of the season, we would have thought, 'OK, when can you really play football again?' And now it starts right away.
"We act as if everything is already settled. It's not settled. We use this little loophole we've been left to play football again.
“Everything else we have to see the moment it happens. We can't pretend now that everything's going to be fine in the future."