We speculated in Monday's Daily Schmankerl that the arrival of Mykhailo Mudryk from Shakhtar Donetsk in London, as well as the recent loan of Joao Felix from Atlético Madrid to Chelsea FC, could make Kai Havertz the odd man out and very available for sale.
Furthermore, we hinted that Bayern Munich could be a potential landing spot for Havertz, where he could take on the role of future no. 9 in Bavaria.
According to the French publication Media Foot, things may be heading in that direction.
Chelsea continues to impress after signing a deal worth 40 million euros for Benoit Badiashile and 12 million euros for Andrey Santos, in addition to the loan of Joao Felix. Arrivals must make way for departures. Kai Havertz, a German star, takes the lead. According to our sources, a club is already looking for him. Bayern Munich is the one who is very active behind the scenes.
The Bavarians do not appear likely to make a move for Havertz right now (though it is not out of the question), but the summer could be a prime period for Bayern Munich to assist Chelsea in offloading its surplus attackers—and perhaps at a reduced price.
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