Picture Of Kai Havertz In Arsenal Shirt Leaked Ahead Of Move
A picture of Kai Havertz donning Arsenal shirt ahead of expected move to Arsenal has been leaked online, MySportDab reports.
Arsenal are yet to sign Kai Havertz but are expected to sign the player soon with Chelsea demanding a £65m fee for the player.
Ahead of his expected move, a picture has been leaked online of Kai Havertz wearing Arsenal shirt.
From the image, the 24-year-old could be seen smiling as he wore Arsenal 2023/24 newly-designed home kit.
Arsenal have reached personal agreement with Kai Havertz but a deal is not yet sealed for the player.
However, the Gunners are reportedly close to signing Kai Havertz from Chelsea for £65m with the German international expected to be Arsenal’s first signing of the season.
The 2021 Champions League winner had a great campaign with Chelsea before he began to struggle with the squad.
Nevertheless, Arsenal manager, Mikel Arteta, is optimistic of Havertz and his possible impact with the Gunners when signed.
Arteta made references to Kai Havertz in a recent interview, saying Arsenal have lost its soul when he came in hence he wants to sign Kai Havertz because he will reignite the spark in the Arsenal squad.
Kai Havertz is known for his versatility and attacking prowess as a midfielder and can also play out wide.
He joined Chelsea from Bayer Leverkusen in 2020 and has made 139 appearances for the club, scoring 32 goals with 15 assists.
Kai Havertz will be Arsenal’s first signing but the Gunners are also targeting another top midfielder, Declan Rice from West Ham.
Two rounds of bid have been submitted for Declan Rice by Arsenal with a third bid expected soon as Manchester City also enters the race with a first bid of of £90m.
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