In the next season, Chelsea will have an entirely new transfer policy, but there will also be a significant number of players being sold, judging by the latest news coming from Britain. Among the players who are considering leaving the London team is Kai Havertz, a player who arrived at Chelsea from Leverkusen in the beginning of the 2020 season and was a key player in the campaign for the Champions League title.
It is speculated that the Gunners are going to pay at least 80,000,000 euros for Havertz, the same amount that Chelsea spent when they brought him to Stamford Bridge from Bayer Leverkusen in 2020. Despite the fact that Kai did score the winning goal in the Champions League final, the real question that needs to be asked is whether he lived up to the expectations that were placed on him.
Mikel Arteta wants Kai Havertz
Nonetheless, Mikel Arteta believes that he would be a great complement to Gabriel Jesus at the Emirates and is not afraid to spare the money to bring him to the club. It is alleged that the player himself has already agreed to a salary of 200,000 pounds a week, which is equivalent to roughly 12,000,000 euros a year, just a little more.
Considering that Bayern, who were also interested in Havertz, have allegedly already withdrew from the race, it would seem that the work has really progressed in the last few weeks. The deal was somewhat late, and there were whispers that the traditionally thrifty Bavarians were unlikely to spend more than 60,000,000 euros on Havertz.
This is the transfer policy that Bayern has been implementing since we have known about this club. Arsenal could get a big boost and a player who could be key in the title race next season. We will see if Arsenal repeats the great season.
It will be difficult, but not impossible. A few more names are being linked to Arsenal, who have serious plans for this summer. Many players are on Arsenal's list. Arteta wants to create an even stronger team than last season.
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