Arsenal star Bellerin and Tottenham’s Aurier both transfer targets for Leverkusen after Havertz seals Chelsea move

BAYER LEVERKUSEN are ready to splash the £62million from Chelsea for Kai Havertz – with stars at Tottenham and Arsenal in their sights according to reports.

The German Bundesliga outfit have targeted Tottenham right-back Serge Aurier and Gunners' wantaway star full-back Hector Bellerin.

Leverkusen had wanted £90m for attacker Havertz, only for Chelsea director of football Marina Granovskaia to barter them down.

They paid £62m up front with £8m more in add-ons, cutting £20m off the price tag.

That gives the Germans cash to burn right now.

And Leverkusen will quickly spend that money as they target a top four spot in Germany and a place in the Champions League in the 2021/22 season.

Aurier will lose his first-team spot at Spurs to new £15m signing from Wolves Matt Doherty this season.

Tottenham are looking to recoup some of the £25m they paid Paris Saint-Germain for the 27-year-old Ivory Coast captain.

Bellerin is another target and Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta already has some options at right-back.

The Telegraph claim Leverkusen have targeted the Spanish defender.

North Londoners Arsenal may want as much as £35m for Bellerin, 25.

He only signed a six-and-a-half year deal in 2016, so is contracted until 2023.

That could make Aurier a cheaper and more attractive option for the Germans.

The African, whose brother was murdered in France this year, could go for as little as £17m.

That would give Spurs boss Jose Mourinho more cash to strengthen, with a striker, winger and a left-back thought to be his top targets.

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