Unique Kai Havertz judgment made ahead of Arsenal transfer as reports are revealed
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Unique Kai Havertz judgment made ahead of Arsenal transfer as reports are revealed

Unique Kai Havertz judgment made ahead of Arsenal transfer as reports are revealed

Kai Havertz appears to be the center of attention this week as he prepares to move to Arsenal following a £65 million transfer agreement with Chelsea.

According to football.london, the Germany international underwent a medical over the weekend in order to finalize his transfer.

The 24-year-old was also observed at the wedding of his Chelsea teammate Kepa Arrizabalaga, where there were numerous transfer rumors.

Jorginho posted a picture on social media with Havertz, accompanied by simple eye emoticons, alluding to a transfer to Arsenal.

Now that the event has concluded, it seems likely that an announcement regarding the definitive transfer will be made within the next few days, pending completion of the final details.

Once that occurs, Mikel Arteta will have made his first summer signing, which he has almost affirmed in an interview.

The Spaniard told Marca about Havertz, “Talent comes at a price, and Arsenal is always interested in youthful players with experience.

I reiterate that I am not referring to players from other organizations, but Kai has already demonstrated a great deal, including in the Champions League. He is a talented, versatile, 24-year-old athlete.”

While preparations are still being made for the transfer, the striker’s life has not yet settled down, as a new unusual circumstance has arisen.

Following the revelation that star forward Havertz had a fondness for donkeys, the Donkey Sanctuary has decided to name a foal Kai after him.

Havertz stated, as part of an announcement from the sanctuary, “I have followed the work of The Donkey Sanctuary for some time, so when they told me they wanted to name a calf after me, I was thrilled.

Donkeys are such incredible animals, and I am delighted to lend my name to this miniature donkey to help raise awareness of the significance of excellent donkey welfare, both locally and globally.”

For some, having a donkey named after them might be considered an insult, but Havertz’s passion for animals is evident.

Whether or not Kai the foal and Win the collie would get along at London Colney is an entirely different question.

Unique Kai Havertz judgment made ahead of Arsenal transfer as reports are revealed