Clauses in Eden Hazard deal could help fund Bundesliga star move
The two clauses in the deal that took Eden Hazard to Real Madrid the previous summer could apparently help Chelsea fund a move for Bayer Leverkusen’s Kai Havertz.
Chelsea continue to be connected with Kai Havertz, and the Germany playmaker has supposedly flagged that he needs to join Frank Lampard’s side ahead of Real Madrid and Manchester United this summer.
The Blues have already signed Ajax winger Hakim Ziyech and RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner ahead of the 2020-21 season, however as indicated by Ivisionsport, Chelsea could be set to get a cash benefit.
The report guarantees that the £91m deal that took Eden Hazard to the Bernabeu the previous summer included statements that would be activated if Los Blancos won La Liga or qualified for next season’s Champions League.
Because of the Spanish side’s title achievement, Frank Lampard’s team are purportedly due to get an extra £18m on head of the £14m they have just made sure about from Madrid’s European qualification, which could help subsidize a major cash deal for Kai Havertz in the forthcoming transfer market.
Chelsea are also thought to weigh up a summer approach for Ajax’s defender Nicolas Tagliafico.