Leroy Sane has a lot to say about ongoing proceedings between Chelsea and fellow German team-mate Kai Havertz since his move to Bayern Munich this summer. The 24-year-old winger left Manchester City on a high, winning back to back premier league titles and now about to write the next phase of his chapter with Bayern Munich. A deal that will surely make the Bavarian even stronger in the years to come.
Since joining, Sane had been vocal about a lot of things happening around the footballing world. This includes especially the future of his German teammates. He showed a lot of affection for Timo Werner and the Leipzig striker’s move to Chelsea, also seemingly alerting the club of their next possible transfer deal.
The Blues are into splash in cash and build up a squad capable of challenging Liverpool and Manchester City for the title after their bans on two transfer windows, forcing them to focus on academy graduates. Although the youngsters are powering them for Champions League football next season, it is indeed that money need to be spent for the club to attempt for the Premier League title each season.
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They have already started with their plans to revamp the squad with Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech already secured. Now, they are in wish to get Bayer Leverkusen star, Kai Havertz in the ranks too.
It seems like Chelsea will eventually get that deal secured with Sane may be convincing his teammate from the national team for the move. He also praised his country’s youth system that is on a quest to take the nation on top once again.
“Two Germans with Timo Werner and Kai Havertz in one year, that is quite a coup for Chelsea. There is no question that Germany has very good youth development.”
What Leroy Sane Told Sky Deutschland?
“Kai is talented when I saw him train with the Germany national team I was like, ‘wow!’ I would be lying to you if I said I did not want him at Chelsea.”
When speaking to Bild he added, “Players with his quality are in demand everywhere, but I think he is in good hands in Leverkusen. The conditions there are perfect for young top players and their development.”
“Bayer plays attractive football and their training facilities are very good. Leverkusen also offers a cautious environment, and as a player, you can make mistakes without being the focus of criticism. You should appreciate that.”
What Sane Concluded By Saying?
“Of course a player like Kai Havertz has to play in the Champions League, so it would be important for Leverkusen to qualify for it.”
Leverkusen failed to secure Champions League football next season. That has prompted more exit speculations, with top clubs coming in for the player. Whether it was a mistake from the 24-year-old star about the confirmed deal or not, remains to be seen.
Overall, it will be huge for Chelsea if they manage to secure the deal and it often been the case in Werner’s transfer where Antonio Rudiger played an important role to convince the star to join the blues, they have to thank Sane if the transfer works out.