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Deal Almost DONE: Chelsea glad to hang tight for Bayer Leverkusen playmaker as deal structure is shaped

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Chelsea glad to hang tight for Bayer Leverkusen playmaker as deal structure is shaped

Ivisionsport have been informed that Chelsea and Bayer Leverkusen are near agreeing a structured transfer deal for talented playmaker Kai Havertz.

The Blues are ‘progressively certain’ of signing the playmaker from Bayer Leverkusen. Without a doubt, dealings over a deal to bring Kai Havertz to Stamford Bridge are at a propelled stage.

We have been informed that the Blues and Bayer Leverkusen are near agreeing a structured transfer deal. The deal will see a generous in advance installment and further installments spread through the span of his five-year contract.

The fine subtleties of how those installments will be structured and what targets should be met have been among the major hindrances in the negotiations that have been driven on the Chelsea side by the Performance Advisor and Technical.

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

Chelsea are glad to hang tight for that. Furthermore, it would appear that they are the only team with the cash to complete this deal this summer.

Chelsea playing a cat-and-mouse game

The 21-year-old revealed to Bayer Leverkusen a little while ago that he needed to leave to join Chelsea this summer. Furthermore, that deal drew a major step nearer when Chelsea qualified for Champions League football.

Bayer Leverkusen chief Rudi Voller has affirmed that his club are ready to let Kai Havertz join Chelsea at the correct fee.

In any case, he has demanded the progressing coronavirus pandemic won’t urge his club to weaken their asking price for their top asset.

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Presently it looks likely that the deal will be reported once Bayer Leverkusen’s contribution in the Europa League closes.

Bayer Leverkusen are set to play Rangers in the second leg of their last-16 tie next Thursday. They won the first leg 3-1 in Glasgow.

There are reports that has blamed Chelsea executive Marina Granovskaia for underhand strategies in her endeavors to bring Kai Havertz to Stamford Bridge.

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