£375k-a-week star tipped to make sensational move to Chelsea

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Arsenal star Kai Havertz could return to Chelsea in the future, according to former Blues winger Florent Malouda.

ARSENAL made the shock decision to bring the former CHELSEA star to the Emirates in a deal worth £65 million – after the decision was made that he would no longer be part of the Blues future.

He featured in the 1-0 win over Crystal Palace last weekend and has been criticized for running down time, and during the game against Fulham this weekend – many Arsenal fans didn’t even know he was on the pitch.

But Malouda has opened up and made a stunning claim that he could make a sensational return to Chelsea in the future.

WHAT HAS HAPPENED – 

Malouda believes it was the right decision for Chelsea to sell him to Arsenal and says they will not regret doing so. But the Frenchman claims that the German will want to go back to Stamford Bridge to prove a point.

Malouda told Betway: “It was necessary and a solution for Chelsea and Arsenal for Havertz to go to the Emirates. He won the Champions League but he seemed to be unhappy with a lot of talk about his position.

“I wish him all the best at Arsenal but I don’t think Chelsea will have regrets. Maybe he could come back to Chelsea in a few years, but I think there will be no regrets and he did a great job at Chelsea.”

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Mikel Arteta and co. must have known what type of player they were getting – he went missing in a lot of Chelsea games last season too and it may not have been the best decision to sign the German.

Malouda certainly knows his football, but we can never see him moving back to CHELSEA in the future. He is a player that they could not wait to get rid of and when he leaves Arsenal, it will be for the Bundesliga, La Liga or now Saudi Arabia.

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