By Peter Weis@PeterVicey

Reports: Havertz and agents firmly reject Bayern move

Multiple Sky reports emerging over the weekend appear to suggest that a potential move of German attacker Kai Havertz to German giants FC Bayern München stands next-to-no chance of happening. 

Germany's main sporting tabloid goes so far as to suggest that the 24-year-old and his professional representatives consider the notion of switching to the record champs an inauspicious career move. 
A few phone enquires between the FC Bayern München and FC Chelsea front office regarding German attacker Kai Havertz will not ultimately lead to the German national team representative returning to Germany. This is according to multiple reports from Sky's German and English outlets emerging over the weekend. The 24-year-old has, per said reports, also opted to have rejected a potential move to Real Madrid in order to switch to Arsenal F.C.

Negotiations between the two London-based clubs are apparently ongoing and it remains to be seen as to whether Havertz will actually be moving to the Blues. The Aachen-native has ostensibly agreed to personal terms with the Gunners, but Chelsea wish to negotiate a higher transfer fee. In any event, it appears as if a move to Germany is fully off the table. The Bundesrepublik's main sporting tabloid reports that Havertz has no interest in moving to the Säbener Straße.

Bayern's curent situation simply doesn't offer the rising star enough security.

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