Rudiger set to convince in-demand Bundesliga star to make Chelsea move
By Sundayly | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 14 views
Chelsea are still in race to secure the service of Germany international prayer Kai Havertz after a successful display for the young prayer. Rudiger have been a back bold for Chelsea since Chelsea started pursue the Germany service. Rudiger have start convince the prayer, after a successful one he did in Timo Werner. Havertz have been in good form for his side this year, after a super display for him scoring 13 above for Bayer. Chelsea have step up for his service. Chelsea need a prayer like Havertz for next season to challenge for a silver and Chelsea need a good prayer like Havertz to keep the attack force more dangerous for their rival. I believed Havertz can give Chelsea the goal scoring they need for next season.
Havertz have what it take to be a good prayer and make Chelsea to be a good side next season, Chelsea have suffer a set piece of difficulty by less score this season, Havertz can be the one that can transform Chelsea to next level for the coming season.
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