Rumours of a surprise departure of Kai Havertz have emerged and it’s believed Chelsea must sell players in order to free up the funds. On the flip side reports have suggested Real Madrid have stepped up their search to replace the ageing Karim Benzema. Stay tuned for more news on the transfer market.
Real Madrid and Chelsea are reportedly in talks over a potential deal worth up to €60 million (£52m/$64m) for Blues star Kai Havertz. Havertz is apparently open to the possibility of leaving Chelsea as they seek to sell players this summer. We’ll have to stay tuned to see how this develops!
Legendary Sports Broadcaster Mike Emrick’s Take: It wasn’t in the news until recently, but Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen is now on the list of Chelsea stars that may depart this summer. The Blues previously had Mateo Kovacic and Mason Mount at the front of their departing lineup, and now an extended connection with Real Madrid is said to be in the works. Karim Benzema is certain to leave Madrid this summer, leaving plenty of open doors for possible acquisitions like Harry Kane from Tottenham and Victor Osimhen from Napoli. With the opportunity for Real Madrid to pursue fresh talent, it seems as though Havertz could be joining them to build on the future of Los Blancos.
The question remains as to what the future holds for Kai Havertz at Chelsea. Following their acquisition of Mauricio Pochettino as new manager, Chelsea may find themselves needing to offload assets in order to trim down their squad and fund incoming transfers for the summer, but it appears uncertain whether they will be willing to let go of Havertz.
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