The Blues are considering close signing signing Bayer Leverkusen actor Kai Havertz after the two clubs agreed a fee for the 21-year-old.
Chelsea have recently spent a lot of money since the turn of the year, with striker Winger Hakim Ziyech joining the ntawm 36m fee from Ajax and striker Timo Werner also joining in the £ 53m pass from RB Leipzig.
Moreover, the young Kai Havertz, who has been passionate about the Bundesliga this season with 12 goals and six assists, could be a big signing for the West London club.
As reported by The Football Association is likely to cost the visual water 72m, and it is believed that Chelsea have faced little competition for his signature due to his high price tag. .
The player initially supported the move to Real Madrid, however the Spanish woman is not currently in a financial position to have the option to keep the value of it.
Representatives from Kai Havertz and Chelsea will work immediately on the personal side of his contract, however he does not think there should be a reservation, with the Blues more than the equipment. to suit its application requirements.
Kai Havertz will add a deeper depth to where exactly look at the threat posed by the Stamford Bridge threat as the club gets the ball rolling after not signing any players in either of the two holes. rais send.
Ex-Chelsea are plotting for the Liverpool star to reject Real Madrid's move
Kai Havertz announced his plans to leave Bayer Leverkusen a month ago, with the familiar feeling he thought he was ready for another trial.
He also wants to play in the Champions League after failing to help his side qualify for the Champions League next season, and Chelsea are looking at all four plans to become fourth.
It is not yet clear how fast the move will go here, but it is unlikely to be seen as a chance for any Chelsea fan.
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