Frank Lampard orders stupendous offer to make Kai Havertz Chelsea’s boss
Chelsea will be making offer of £80m to tie down a deal to bring Kai Havertz to Stamford Bridge the next summer, as indicated by reports.
The 20-year-old is now a Bundesliga star notwithstanding his young age, having played for Bayer Leverkusen in the course of the last four seasons.
And keeping in mind that he has been on the radar of Europe’s top clubs for a significant stretch of time, his ongoing form in the Bundesliga – the only European league to have restarted – has seen his stock ascent further.
Seven-cap Germany International has been connected with Liverpool and Manchester United but as per Todofichajes, Chelsea have now indicated as real contender.
The source asserts that the Blues have recognized Havertz as the boss for Frank Lampard’s side in the years to come and the manager has focused on his arrival to West London.
Chelsea know that few other top clubs in Europe are after Havertz thus need to “accelerate negotiations” with Leverkusen.
£80million offer will be submitted – with the bundle to be proposed by chairman Bruce Buck – with the expectation that the German side let go of their star talent toward the end of next season.
Owen Hargreaves has recently said that Havertz would be in an ideal situation staying one more year before making sure about a fantasy move.
The ex-Bayern Munich midfielder stated: “It is difficult to go to an incredible team like Liverpool and start. He is extremely uncommon and he has recently got the opportunity to play. He can leave at 21, 24, or 26.
Salah and Mane have consistently been incredible players however would they have demonstrated it at Liverpool at 21? It is entirely ridiculous.
I think his development is in front of 99 percent of players, but I don’t figure he ought to go to a top team yet as he would stunt his development.
Kai Havertz is definitely at a decent team and the director Peter Bosz plays to his style. In the event that he is going to move, it must be the correct move.
Havertz got twice in Leverkusen’s 3-1 win over Borussia Monchengladbach on Saturday, his second support in the same number of matches.
The youngster has now been engaged with nine goals – scoring six and assisting three others – in his last six league games.
Havertz ended his silence on the theory over his future on Saturday, but was saying much about what his subsequent stages could be.