It is known that Arsenal
made an upward offer to recruit Kai Havertz.
Journalist Sami Mokbel of the British media ‘Daily Mail’ said on the 20th (Korean time), “Arsenal have handed over a verbal offer of £60 million (approximately 98.6 billion won) for the signing of Chelsea striker Havertz. Last week, Chelsea made 50 million After rejecting an offer of £82.2 billion, Arsenal have handed over an upgraded offer.”메이저사이트
Arsenal are making massive investments. Accordingly, Arsenal’s owner, Stan Kranki, is also preparing for a large-scale investment. According to the British media ‘Sports Bible’, Arsenal are said to have received a cash inflow of 2 billion pounds (3,288.4 billion won).
In addition to the owner’s support, director Edu Gaspar’s support is also ready. According to the media, Edu is said to be preparing to support the club in ‘another dimension’ for the next season. He is willing to invest more than last season.
With Arsenal planning a major investment, they have handed a formal offer to Chelsea’s Havertz. On the 15th, David Onstein, who works for the British media ‘The Athletic’ and is evaluated as having high public confidence in the transfer news of London teams, said on the 15th, “Arsenal made an offer to Havertz. Currently, he has a two-year contract with Chelsea and Bayern Munich. Munich is also targeting him.”
However, Chelsea rejected Arsenal’s first offer. Arsenal made an offer of £50 million (approximately 288.4 billion won), but Chelsea rejected it. Chelsea initially value Havertz at £70 million, so £50 million was a low amount.
As a result, Arsenal raised the amount. Arsenal are aiming to sign Havertz for an additional £60 million (approximately 98.6 billion won). Now the choice has shifted to Chelsea. Chelsea are valuing Havertz at £70 million (approximately 115 billion won), but there may be no chance to sell them if they reject Arsenal’s offer here. Chelsea and Arsenal are trying to find a point of contact.