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Bid Made: Chelsea made offer, as Peter Bosz says he realizes where Kai Havertz’s future lies

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Chelsea made offer, as Peter Bosz says he realizes where Kai Havertz’s future lies

Bayer Leverkusen boss Peter Bosz says he knows precisely what’s on the horizon for Kai Havertz amid talk of an initial offer from Chelsea for the talented playmaker.

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard is comprehended to have distinguished the German playmaker as his top summer target and the Blues are broadly accepted to be taking a shot at a transfer for the youngster.

What’s more, Peter Bosz has uncovered that he recognizes what’s in store for the 21-year-old, in spite of the fact that he was not prepared to unveil what he knows.

Peter Bosz stated: I won’t advise, it’s his business.

I talk with Kai Havertz a lot and attempt to sense what this does to him, the day by day transfer rumour, for instance, and I notice over and over that Kai Havertz handles it quite well.

What’s unmistakable is that any proposed move for Kai Havertz won’t agree while Bayer Leverkusen are still in the Europa League. Also, the Bundesliga side face Rangers at home this week 3-1 up ahead of the subsequent leg, round of 16 clash.

Ian McGarry however says Chelsea have made an initial proposal of £45m in addition to £9m add-ons.

Petr Cech is supposed to be secured in talks with both Bayer Leverkusen and Kai Havertz over a summer move to Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea Optimistic

Report uncovered on Friday that Chelsea and Bayer Leverkusen were near agreeing a structured transfer deal for Kai Havertz.

The London club are ‘progressively sure’ of signing the playmaker with talks at a propelled stage.

As per report Chelsea and Bayer Leverkusen are near agreeing a structured transfer deal.

The deal will see a considerable in advance installment and further installments spread throughout Kai Havertz five year contract.

Chelsea transfer news, rumours and terms agreed: Bundesliga star Kai offer, £50m Premier League star deal, Matthias Ginter looked at

How those installments will be structured and what targets should be met have been among the major hindrances in the negotiations for the 21-year-old.

Chelsea figure they will get this one over the line, however it appears Bayer Leverkusen don’t need anything reported until they have completed their Europa League campaign.

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