Kai Havertz’s move to Arsenal appears to be just a matter of time.

Florian Platenberg, a reporter for Germany’s Sky Sports, who is well versed in German soccer news, said on Monday (Aug. 18), “Haberth is very close to joining Arsenal. It depends on the final offer from Arsenal. He has almost agreed personal terms and wants to join Arsenal. Arsenal are thinking of using him alongside Gabriel Jesus,” the report said.

“Bayern Munich have also made enquiries about Haberth, but the Gunners are far ahead in negotiations. For now, it is unlikely that Munich will hijack the deal. When all the transfer fees are added up, the price for Haberth is likely to be at least £80 million ($118 million).”

Haberth was dubbed the future of Germany during his time at Leverkusen. Described as a hexagonal striker, he had star quality, good looks, and imposing height. He was given plenty of opportunities at Leverkusen from a young age and exploded onto the scene.

He was a versatile player who could play as an attacking midfielder, striker, or winger. It was in the 2018-19 season that his potential really exploded. He scored 17 goals in the German Bundesliga alone, catapulting him to stardom. He followed that up with 12 goals and six assists the next season, proving that he wasn’t just a flash in the pan.

Chelsea approached him after he became the first-choice striker for the German national team. After competing with Real Madrid, Chelsea had high hopes for him. Three years into his contract, they were disappointed. While he scored goals at crucial times, including the winning goal in the 2020-21 UEFA Champions League final, and was a dedicated performer in several positions without a point of attack, he was far from the player and performer he was expected to be when he signed.

He was even considered for sale. It was also reported that he was unhappy at Chelsea. He became a favorite to leave the club this summer and even attracted interest from Real, who sold Karim Benzema. That’s where Arsenal came in. After losing the English Premier League (EPL) trophy to Manchester City last season, the Gunners have been focusing on strengthening their attack.

Mikel Arteta is the kind of multi-talented attacker they want. With his ability to play in multiple positions, he’s perfect for Arteta’s build-up game. He’ll have no problem adapting to the EPL. Chelsea and Arsenal are rivals, but transfers come and go. Jorginho left Chelsea for Arsenal in the winter transfer window.메이저놀이터

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Willian, David Luiz, Olivier Giroud, Petr Cech, Cesc Fabregas, Yossi Benayoun, Nicolas Anelka, Lassana Diarra, William Gallas, Ashley Cole and Emmanuel Petit have all worn the Chelsea and Arsenal colors. Haberts could join the list of players who have played for both Chelsea and Arsenal.

The problem is the transfer fee. Even with the total, €80 million is a lot for Arsenal to spend. Other sources are claiming €60 million, which seems like a lot. Along with the transfer fee, there is a debate about whether or not Haberz is the player Arsenal needs.

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