Man Utd are in talks to sign £68million playmaker in summer – Face competition

Kai Havertz Bayer Leverkusen

If reports in the media are anything to go by then Man Utd are in talks to sign Kai Havertz in summer from Bayer Leverkusen.

According to Sport Bild, seven clubs are in negotiations to hire the services of the Bundesliga star, who is valued at 130 million euros by the German club.

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The German outlet have claimed that the likes of Liverpool, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester City, Bayern Munich and Chelsea are the ones looking to sign the 20-year-old playmaker, who will assess the options before making his final decision soon.

So, the competition is quite serious and I think our chances of luring him should not be very high mainly because all other interested teams are performing well in their respective leagues and are also playing in the Champions League.

On the other hand, Manchester United are struggling in the Premier League and are competing in the Europa League.

The German international mainly plays in the CAM position but he can effectively play on the right flank as well. United do lack quality and depth in their attacking department and in such a scenario, a versatile player like the Kaiser could improve the Old Trafford club.

The above mentioned price tag of 130 million euros is way too high in my view. Havertz directly contributed in 27 goals in all competitions last season but this term, he has been out of form and so far, he has only managed to provide 1 assist and score 3 goals in 16 games.

Therefore, a more suitable figure would be 80 million euros (£68million) which was reported by ESPN earlier this month. In your opinion, should Woodward make a big bid to sign Kai Havertz next summer?

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  1. It Used To Be Madisson And Now Harvetz. Lets Not Get Confused. Madisson Is A Proven One In The Same League That We Play. Try Him Instead.

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