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Arsenal agrees with Chelsea to sign German Kai Havertz, reveals newspaper

Arsenal agrees with Chelsea to sign German Kai Havertz, reveals newspaper

Arsenal are close to announcing their first signing for next season. This is the German Kai Havertz, from the chelseawho would have arranged his transfer to the London rival for around 75 million euros, according to The Athletic newspaper.

After recent meetings between the boards, Arsenal would have reached an agreement with the Blues by installments of the value of hiring Havertz this Wednesday, according to journalist David Ornstein. You Gunners would pay around 72 million euros in advance, plus 3 million bonuses in future variables for the 24-year-old midfielder.

Scorer of the winning goal Champions League 2021, Havertz must leave Chelsea for less than he was hired in 2020, for more than 90 million euros. That’s because the club is undergoing a reconstruction in the squad after spending almost 700 million in the last transfer windows and is looking to sell players to balance financially.

After the departure of N´Golo Kanté and the imminent negotiations of Hakim Ziyech, Édouard Mendy and Kalidou Koulibaly with Arab football, Chelsea opens space in the salary sheet and begins to think about a reformulation led by coach Mauricio Pochettino. This Tuesday, the Blues announced the signing of Christopher Nkunkuformer RB Leipzig.

This season, Kai Havertz has scored nine goals and assisted in 47 games played. The German attacking midfielder had a lower performance compared to his first two years in English football. Chelsea ended the Premier League in 12th position, outside the classification zone for any European competition.

Arsenal, on the other hand, fought for the English title until the last rounds, but were overtaken by manchester city, who ended up lifting the cup. At the end of the season, Mikel Arteta’s team is looking for reinforcements and also made a bid for West Ham midfielder Declan Rice.

Source: Gazetaesportiva

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