Kai Havertz sits third on Man Utd transfer shortlist handing advantage to Chelsea

Manchester United reportedly have two other targets ahead of above Kai Havertz on their list of summer transfer priorities.

The Germany international has impressed once again in the Bundelsiga this term, with the likes of Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, and United all linked with a move.

Bayer Leverkusen currently value Havertz at more than 100 million euros (£89.5m) and are in no rush to sell him on the cheap, even amid potential financial restraints during the coronavirus pandemic.

And the 20-year-old remains focused on finishing the season strongly as his team hunt down a Champions League spot with a couple of games of the season remaining.

They are fighting with Borussia Monchengladbach for a top four spot and will hold a lot of bargaining power should they succeed.

However, Havertz is still being tipped to leave this summer whatever happens between now and the end of the season.

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Bayer managing director Fernando Caro has already opened the door for a summer sale: “I see that many clubs are interested in him [Havertz].

“I see the player’s desire to take the next step in the near future.”

And according to The Telegraph , Chelsea are leading United in the race to sign the starlet because he is not the top priority at Old Trafford.

Jadon Sancho and Jack Grealish are believed to still be top of the shopping list, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer being linked with signing both for months.

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While Red Devils executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward has already insisted that the club will not be spending massively this summer, it is still not clear what funds will be available.

Borussia Dortmund ace Sancho is valued at more than £100m and would be the costliest of their targets, with Havertz coming next.

Aston Villa captain Grealish would only cost around £60m and could prove to be the best option in the current…


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