The lure of working with rising manager Frank Lampard has been cited as a potential factor in getting Kai Havertz’s transfer to Chelsea over the line, though one key problem still remains.
The Blues have acted fast to bolster their attacking potency in the summer transfer window.
Assist-king Hakim Ziyech signed on the dotted line in February, while German hotshot Timo Werner soon followed to the tune of £47.5m.
The spending spree doesn’t look like it’ll end their, however, with Chelsea hot on the heels of another German – Kai Havertz.
Chelsea have to be quick and rush to conclude a deal to sign Kai Havertz this summer, as negotiations rumble on between the Blues and Bayer Leverkusen. That’s the opinion of ESPN pundit Gab Marcotti, who believes Frank Lampard is already confident in his attacking options ahead of the new season.
The Havertz transfer saga is still ongoing, with the Blues believed to be keen on a deal.
The German attacker scored in what will likely be his last Leverkusen game on Monday night as he found the net in the 2-1 defeat against Inter Milan.
Havertz has been expected to move on this summer for some time, with a host of teams around Europe interested.
However, it appears to be Chelsea leading the way, after Real Madrid pulled out of the running.
Manchester United and arsenal have make enquiry for the talented midfielder man utd has plan to hijack Chelsea move for the super star which means Chelsea have to be first about the transaction of the player I guess Kai worth the feed put on him
Chelsea is now facing competition for his signature, Chelsea are finding negotiations tough, with Leverkusen holding firm on their valuation.
The Bundesliga outfit are demanding £70million for the young forward, as they know they will only be able to offload him once, and don’t want to sell for a discount.
Chelsea, however, don’t appear to be willing to spend that much, having already forked out £90m for forwards Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech.
But they are still in negotiations to try and reduce the price, or pay in installments for the 21-year-old.