Deal AGREED: Chelsea accept deal with Bayer Leverkusen for talented youngster
Chelsea have made essential breakthrough in their attempts to sign Kai Havertz and are thought to have agreed deal with Bayer Leverkusen over a transfer fee and installment structure.
Chelsea have already signed Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner ahead of next season and the 21-year-old had for quite some time been anticipated to move to Stamford Bridge.
Manchester United enquired about Kai Havertz in January and kept the talented youngster on their transfer radar, however the Blues have been his preferred club and Bayer Leverkusen have consistently been open in their hesitance to hinder him.
As indicated report, the deal is ‘going to be done’ on the grounds that Bayer Leverkusen will acknowledge Chelsea’s proposal of an underlying £72m.
That cash is expected to be settled in advance, with a further €20m in add-ons that will take the general estimation of the package to £90m.
£9m worth of add-ons will be paid to Bayer Leverkusen when Kai Havertz arrives at anticipated milestones for Chelsea, remembering playing for the Champions League knockout stages.
The rest of the payment will depend on any trophies that Lampard’s team win over the next five seasons.
That will cover the length of Kai Havertz’s first contract at Chelsea, which is required to run until 2025.
There are report that he will earn £18m per season in west London, worth £90m to him over the full course of the contract, or around £346,000 weekly.