Bayer Leverkusen sporting director Simon Rolfes is calm over the situation around Liverpool and Manchester United linked Kai Havertz.
The young midfielder is hot property, with his enchanting displays for Leverkusen catching the eye and leading to links with several of Europe's biggest clubs.
Rolfes, who has Havertz's future in his in-tray, is calm about the situation though and insists he has a good relationship with the midfielder, his family and his representatives.
"We are having good exchanges with him, his family and his advisors", Rolfes told German broadcaster Sport1's Doppelpass on Sunday.
"The discussions are open and trustful."
Leverkusen have yet to move away from their demands for a fee of over €100m for Havertz if he is to move from the BayArena this summer and it is unclear if any side are willing to meet the German side's asking price.
The Bundesliga club have Havertz under contract for a further two years and he has clocked 38 appearances this season, across all competitions.