Havertz and Ozil's Moves
Bayern Leverkusen’s Kai Havertz and Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil are looking to leave. Photo by Chloe Knott/ Getty Images.

Havertz and Ozil’s Moves

There are some big transfer moves in the work. It looks like Kai Havertz will move to Chelsea and Mesut Ozil could move to MLS. Here is a breakdown of both Havertz and Ozil’s moves.

Kai Havertz

The 21-year-old is currently playing at Bayern Leverkusen. According to Transfer Markt, Havertz has had 12 goals and six assists within 30 appearances this season.

There are rumors that he wants to move to Chelsea to join Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech. A transfer request could have already been made. If Havertz moves to Chelsea, they will have a great front line for next season. With Werner, Ziyech, Havertz and Cristian Pulisic, Chelsea’s offense will be an incredible force.

The only thing Chelsea would need to pick up on is their defense. Especially since goalkeeper, Kepa Arrizabalaga is looking to leave.

It is also reported that Frank Lampard is interested in Havertz’s move as well. Even though this would be a great move for Chelsea, the price is high. Leverkusen has Havertz listed as $113 million. Chelsea has already dropped a lot of money this transfer window to obtain Werner for £53 million.

Both sides of the deal want Havertz to move to Chelsea, it will just be a matter if the club can afford it.

Mesut Ozil

The 31-year-old is winding down on his time at Arsenal. He only has one more year in his contract before he can leave the club.

Although he was once a great Arsenal player, he’s barely gotten off the bench this season. Ozil doesn’t seem to fit into Mikel Arteta’s vision for Arsenal. It has become especially hard for Ozil to get off the bench since Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Bukayo Saka have been making headlines for Arsenal.

There are rumors that Ozil would like to move either to Major League Soccer (MLS) or Turkey after his contract is up. It wouldn’t be surprising if Ozil moves to MLS. His type of play would fit well, and he’d be able to play for a while longer.