Manchester United has a great opportunity to attract talented German midfielder Kai Havertz in the transfer market next summer. Because, CEO Ed Woodward has given the green light to club management to recruit the player.
The club nicknamed the Red Devils is believed to be buying a lot of new players in the transfer market next summer. Solskjaer as MU coach claimed to need four new players so the club can compete in the hunt for the title next season.
Kai Havertz can be said to be one of the eligible players, he is still young, and is believed to be able to present diverse attacking creativity for Manchester United next season.
Moreover, on the one hand, the Bayer Leverkusen player is still 20 years old and has been able to show his quality and ability with the German Bundesliga club. So far, Havertz has scored 20 goals in all competitions for Bayer Leverkusen.
As reported by The Sun, Havertz’s transfer to MU has the potential to become a reality. Ed Woodward is reported to have given the green light for Manchester United to bring the 20-year-old player.
The Manchester United CEO found the right reason why the club had to recruit Kai Havertz. In addition to his very young age, Kay Havertz is also believed to be the right playmaker for Solskjaer’s care team next season.
Manchester United itself is indeed very intense lately building a long-term squad, as evidenced by the club’s decision to recruit young players like Mason Greenwood to Harry Maguire.
The Sun launch, the blessing of Ed Woodward will make the club management immediately begin the movement to recruit Havertz. Word got out that Leverkusen was unwilling to reduce the selling price of Havertz. They want a fee of 80 million euros for the services of the German national team players.
If conditions are normal, of course the 80 million Euro figure is not a big number for Manchester United, but their financial condition is reportedly affected by this co-19 pandemic. Not to mention the fact that the club is eyeing other players.
Erling Braut Haaland and Jadon Sancho will reportedly be prioritized by MU in the transfer market next summer.