Manchester United and Chelsea have apparently both been given a conceivably critical lift over an exchange bargain for Kai Havertz as he looks set for a move this late spring.
Havertz has become viewed as one of the most energizing youthful players in Europe after some attractive structure in the Bundesliga, and doubtlessly has a fine vocation in front of him at a top club.
It was recently asserted by Christian Falk, in any case, that Havertz may demand leaving Bayer Leverkusen for Champions League football, which he said may scratch Chelsea's expectations as they don't look ensured to fit the bill for the opposition.
United together, then, have likewise been connected as possible admirers for the 21-year-old by the Manchester Evening News, who recommended Chelsea could right now be ahead in the running for the player, who might almost certainly cost around £90million.
The Blues are barely in front of Man Utd in the race for a main four spot right now, and the two sides will be totally frantic to play in Europe's top club rivalry next season.
All things considered, as far as baiting Havertz, it may not really be the major issue that Falk recommended, as BBC Sport guarantee he's set up to move to a group regardless of whether they can't offer Champions League football.
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