Good news for Chelsea again as the blues face no competition for amazing possible move.
By Akparawadewise | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 6 views
The blues are apparently alone in their quest for the transfer of the Leverkusen star Kia harvertz as indicated by report.
Chelsea look in a solid position in digging out the star as he looks for a way to depart away.
Eden Hazard left the blues to Realmadrid and as at that period Chelsea were facing a transfer ban. The blues are seriously looking for Hazard replacement and thinking that the Leverkusen star will definitely be the one with its great skills. And the blues are looking for a way of adding him to their squad.
Chelsea has just signed Timo wener and Hakim ziyech and however a deal for Kia harvertz will be amazing part of it.
The crazy part of it is that there is no opponent battling for the Leverkusen signature and Chelsea are apparently ready to land this star.
The Bayer Leverkusen star said that he is Keen on joining Chelsea exceptional intrigued really.
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