Mason Mount breaks silence on Man United rumoursFootball
Chelsea Star Kai Havertz Reportedly Approves Arsenal Move
- Kai Havertz could swap Chelsea for Arsenal ahead of the upcoming summer transfer window
- The Gunners are believed to be monitoring the German winger and could splash £60 million
- Havertz has two years left on his current contract but the Blues are willing to sell him sooner
Chelsea star, Kai Havertz has reportedly declared his willingness to seal a stunning summer move to Arsenal.
The Gunners are said to have registered their interest in sealing the transfer of the German international.
According to Metro UK, the Blues are open to cashing in on the winger if they get the right offer.
It is believed that Arsenal are looking to push for Havertz's move once they wrap up the transfer of West Ham United's midfield maestro, Declan Rice, who is their top transfer target.
Could Havertz join Arsenal?
It has since been reported that Havertz would not have any problem sealing a sensational move to the Emirates Stadium.
Transfer guru, Fabrizio Romano tweeted the German ace has already given the green light over a move to north London as he would not have any problem agreeing to personal terms.
On their part, Arsenal are said to be willing to splash a cool £60 million, including add-ons, to land the services of the winger.
However, they will have to contend with competition from Bundesliga champions, Bayern Munich, who have also been linked with a move for the 24-year-old.
Havertz has just two years left on his current deal with the west Londoners.
Chelsea star helps Messi
Earlier, Sports Brief reported on Lionel Messi needed just 79 seconds to break the deadlock during Argentina's friendly clash against Australia at the Workers Stadium in Beijing.
This was the seven-time Ballon d'Or winner's fastest-ever goal of his football career, and helped La Albiceleste secure a hard-fought 2-0 win against a gallant Socceroos team.
Messi had Chelsea star, Enzo Fernandez to thank for the goal, with the midfielder setting him up for the opener and German Pezzella also getting his name onto the scoring sheet.