Not gona happen United! Chelsea fans react and welcome £89 million midfielder to Stamford Bridge

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Chelsea fans believed that Kai Havertz will choose them over a summer move to Manchester United.

There has been some big reports in the media over the past few weeks which have suggested that we are closing in on a deal for Havertz,  with reports even suggesting that talks have been opened with the German side about a possible move to Stamford Bridge.

However, Manchester United are also very keen to sign up the German and are reportedly keeping a close eye, with boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reportedly ready to meet his massive asking price too.

In the video below,  Keith Andrews and Don Goodman discuss Kai Havertz potential move to the Premier League, which club would suit the German more?

But fans believe that it will be Stamford Bridge that he makes a move too in the summer.

One  fans said: Brilliant signing for Chelsea

Another added: He’s 100% more likely to go Chelsea

Another jumped in with: As a Chelsea fan, I think having Havertz would clutter the attack. We have Pulicic, Abraham, Mount, Werner, Zyiech, Hudson-Odoi and RLC. Would be a great signing but we may have to bench some proper talent

Another added: Agent RUDIGER and WERNER!;)

Another fans added: He would be a perfect fit for Chelsea he would suit Frank Lampard style soo much

Another said: He ain’t going United u mad 😂😂

Another added: Obviously Chelsea. United need a right winger so I think they’re going all out for Sancho. Getting Sancho and Havertz is just too much and united already have Bruno and Pogba which won’t work with Havertz as well.

And another: Welcome home 🏠 stamforbrige’

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