Kai Havertz sends clear Tottenham Hotspur message after Arsenal beat Manchester United

Arsenal forward Kai Havertz

Arsenal forward Kai Havertz has insisted he will convert to a Tottenham Hotspur supporter on Tuesday night after his side beat Manchester United on Sunday.

The Gunners knew the pressure was on them heading into the clash at Old Trafford this weekend after Manchester City moved back to the top of the Premier League on Saturday. Their 4-0 victory over Fulham moved Pep Guardiola's side two points clear at the top of the division.

Anything less than a victory would have given City the chance to win the Premier League for a record fourth consecutive season on Tuesday night at Spurs. However, Havertz set Leandro Trossard up for the only goal of the game as the Gunners beat United to move back to the summit.

Should City fail to beat Tottenham in midweek, Arsenal know the title will be in their hands on the last day and a victory will be enough to be crowned champions. However, if Guardiola's men win, they will be the ones knowing a victory at home to West Ham United on the last day will seal their spot in history.

Immediately after the game at Old Trafford, Havertz was asked if he would be showing his allegiance for Tottenham in midweek despite the historical rivalry between the two clubs. The German replied on Sky Sports: "I am going to be the biggest fan of Tottenham ever, we are all going to be. So let's hope for the best."

Tottenham will have something left to play for on Tuesday night if Aston Villa lose to Liverpool. This result would open the door for Spurs to finish fourth if Unai Emery's men slip up on the final day of the season too.