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Bayer Leverkusen chief says Chelsea transfer target Kai Havertz can leave this summer



Bayer Leverkusen chief says Chelsea transfer target Kai Havertz can leave this summer

Bayer Leverkusen sporting director Rudi Voller says Kai Havertz has an understanding that he can leave the club if certain conditions are met, but he recommended the player owes fans some loyalty.

Chelsea transfer target Kai Havertz has an agreement with Bayer Leverkusen that he can leave this summer, as indicated by the club’s chief Rudi Voller.

In any case, certain conditions must be met if the talented youngster is to be sold, ex-Germany striker Voller has said.

Kai Havertz is accepted to be on Chelsea manager Frank Lampard’s list this summer after dazzling in the Bundesliga this season, with Manchester United also answered to be intrigued.

The West London club have just signed Hakim Ziyech from Ajax and Timo Werner from RB Leipzig for a total of £89m

In any case, Kai Havertz could cost nearly double, with the attacking midfielder valued at £75m-plus.

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What’s more, Voller has conceded that a summer move could be a chance, in spite of the fact that with Kai Havertz’s contract not due to lapse until 2022, he proposed the young Germany playmaker owed Bayer Leverkusen some loyalty.

We have an understanding, if that it fits, he can leave this summer, Voller revealed.

Bayer Leverkusen failed to quality for Champions League by two points, and Voller has yielded that not being in Europe’s top competition could extend the club’s odds of losing Kai Havertz.

Bayern Munich have asserted they can’t bear the cost of the midfielder.

The Blues are anticipated to step up their endeavors to sign Kai Havertz once Saturday’s German Cup final between Bayer Leverkusen and Bayern Munich is out of the way.

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