Chelsea’s expectations of signing Bundesliga playmaker handed significant lift
This summer is turning out to be for Chelsea.
The Blues are planning to compensate for some recent setbacks by doing some genuine business in the summer transfer window after 12-months transfer ban.
A great deal will rely upon how the club finish the Premier League season, with Champions League football being a definitive point.
If they can qualify for Champions League, at that point it will make the way for bounty more summer deals.
Chelsea have already signed Hakim Ziyech from Ajax and Timo Werner from RB Leipzig, however they’re a long way from done.
Various stars have been connected with a move to Stamford Bridge in the coming months, however none will get supporters as excited as one specifically.
That man, obviously, is Bayer Leverkusen star man Kai Havertz.
There is a speculation over the fate of the 20-year-old who is supposed to pull a considerable interests from clubs, like Bayern Munich, Barcelona, Manchester United and Real Madrid.
In any case, with Chelsea viewed as top choices to sign him, they’ve been given a major lift following the end of the German season.
As indicated by Ivisionsport, Bayer Leverkusen are requesting a fee of £90.6m for Kai Havertz.
They are, in any case, ready to haggle on how the deal is organized with bonuses and add-ons a chance.
That has opened the door on a move to Chelsea, but just depending on the prerequisite that Frank Lampard’s side can qualify for Champions League.
Should that occur, at that point the German youngster could well be the most recent addition to the whirlwind of transfer activity that is going on in West London.
Kai Havertz has all it takes to become probably the best player in world football.
At 20 years old he is learning and creating, and if Chelsea can persuade him to join the club, at that point it could bring an extremely splendid future for both club and player.
Joining the likes of Callum Hudson-Odoi, Mason Mount, Christian Pulisic and Reece James, it appears that the Blues are building a side which can possibly dominate for a long time to come.