Real Madrid has been given the opportunity to sign KaĖ Havertz in the January transfer window by Arsenal.
Only in the summer did the Gunners defeat the Germans, but following a dismal start to the season, Defensa Central members Edu Gaspar and Mękel Arteta are hoping to get rid of them.
Arsenal offer Kaі Havertz to Real Madrіd
KaĖ Havertz cost £65 million when he was signed by Arsenal from Chelsea in the summer (BBC).
In the race for his signature, the Gunners defeated both Real Madrid and Bayern Munich, and Michel Arteta was disappointed that his side won the deal over the phone.
According to today’s report from Spain, Real Madrid was genuinely interested in Havertz and wanted the 24-year-old to take Karim Benzema’s place at the Bernabeu.
Nevertheless, Chelsea was forced to yield interest when Arsenal made an offer far higher than Real Madrid was willing to pay.
According to the report, Arsenal has reached out to Real Madrid to inquire about their interest in signing Havertz for the January transfer window.
For just £34 million, the Gunners are willing to let him go—nearly a 50% discount to their investment from just over four months ago.
Real Madrid is reportedly unlikely to pursue a deal to sign Havertz, especially in the January transfer window, according to the report. Arsenal appears to be stuck with the German.
Arsenal should gіve Havertz some more tіme
It is highly unlikely that Arsenal is ready to let Go of Havertz just to sell him for almost half of what they paid for him just four months prior. It is illogical.
The German, who Tim Sherwood called “overrated” on Premier League products, hasn’t performed well at all since leaving Chelsea. Although he has truly struggled, selling him for a large loss after just a few months isn’t the right thing to do.
Havertz should be given until the end of the season by Arsenal to perform at his peak. While he has shown moments of brilliance, he needs to perform more consistently to establish himself at the Emirates.
Having Havertz play striker for Arsenal could be one way to aid in his development. Maybe that’s what Arteta will do in the match against SevĖlla tonight.