It’s understandable that a lot of clubs will be reluctant in the transfer market just now.
There are so many unknowns in a financial sense in the Premier League just now, from fan numbers, TV income and even Champions League qualification.
The flip side of that means that any clubs who are strong financially can be brave and make early moves in the transfer market, and some additions could pay off for years to come.
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There was extra attention on the Bundesliga when they started a few weeks ago, and Bayer Leverkusen forward Kai Havertz was an obvious standout.
He’s been tipped as a huge star of the future, and it’s clear that plenty of Premier League sides would be looking to sign him.
Utdreport spoke exclusively with Christian Falk about various matters, and the interest from Chelsea and Man United in Havertz came up:
“Manchester United is an option for Kai Havertz, because his management have been told about the big plans of the new team. But, Chelsea are more concrete in the talks at the moment. Perhaps Chelsea are again faster than United, like in the case of Timo Werner.”
It’s unlikely that anything will be announced before the end of the Bundesliga season at least, but it’s starting to sound like Chelsea fans can be very optimistic ahead of next season.