German Paper Confirms Kai Havertz Intention To Join Chelsea
By ProvidenceOsomuko | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 3 views
Kai havertz has long been on the radar of the London club even before the signing of fellow GermanTimo Werner last month. Amidst speculations relating to his willingness to sign for Chelsea, German newspaper Kicker have confirmed that havertz has made known his intention of leaving Bayer leverkusen although he has no exit-clause.
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has both the willingness and the ability to land the 20-year old who is rated for100 million Euros and he has revealed that he would be happy to see the youngster join the likes of former Ajax star Hakim Ziyech, German forward Timo Werner and red-hot American Christian Pulisic in Chelsea.
Chelsea fans no doubt can't just wait for their club to announce the signing of the attacking midfielder even before the continuation of the UEFA Champions League and Europa league in August.
Meanwhile Jan Oblak transfer could be a thing of possibility as the versatile goalie is said to be open for a move away from current club athletico Madrid whilst kepa Arrizabalaga could also be part of the deal.
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