Chelsea and Manchester United given conceivably huge transfer support in quest for Bayer Leverkusen playmaker
Chelsea and Manchester United have purportedly both been given a possibly critical lift over a transfer deal for Kai Havertz as he looks set for a move this summer.
Kai Havertz has become viewed as one of the most talented young players in Europe after some attractive form in the Bundesliga, and without a doubt has a fine career ahead of him at a top club.
It was recently asserted by Ivisionsport, notwithstanding, that Kai Havertz may demand leaving Bayer Leverkusen for Champions League football, which he said may put a serious dent Chelsea’s expectations as they don’t look ensured to qualify for for the competition.
The Red Devils have also been connected as possible admirers for the talented youngster by the Manchester Evening News, who recommended Chelsea could presently be ahead in the running for the player, who might almost certainly cost around £90m.
Chelsea are barely ahead of Manchester United in the race for a top four spot right now, and the two sides will be totally frantic to play in Europe’s top club competition next season.
In any case, regarding luring Kai Havertz, it may not really be the major issue that report proposed, as BBC Sport guarantee he wants to move to another club regardless of whether they can’t offer Champions League football.
The piece recommends the Germany playmaker may rather be influenced by a promising long term project, and it will be intriguing to see which move would look all the more enticing at this moment, Stamford Bridge or Old Trafford.
Kai Havertz could move to a club even without Champions League football
The two clubs could do with an attacking ability like Kai Havertz in their positions, with Chelsea still needing to sign Eden Hazard replacement, who left while they were under a transfer ban the previous summer.
Manchester United have once in a while needed sparkle in the final third and may well consider Kai Havertz as an upgrade on players like Daniel James, Juan Mata and Jesse Lingard.