Kai Havertz allegedly surrendered his entitlement to guarantee a £9m bonus while departing Bayer Leverkusen for Chelsea.
After intense negotiations between the two clubs, the 21-year-old at last completed his anticipated move to Stamford Bridge a week ago.
Nonetheless, as per report, Kai Havertz volunteered to guarantee that there were no further deferrals with the big money transfer.
The report asserts that the playmaker held a clause in his Bayer Leverkusen contract which left him qualified for 10% of any transfer fee got by the Bundesliga outfit.
With Chelsea and Bayer Leverkusen struggling to find common ground, it is recommended that Kai Havertz picked to relinquish the whole which was owed to him, around £9m once potential add-ons are incorporated.
The Germany playmaker is required to make his debut when Chelsea face Brighton and Hove Albion in the Premier League on Monday night.