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Deal Accepted:Chelsea Have Accepted The Signing Fee For 21 Years Old Playmaker

Spending time at Stamford Bridge is likely to continue because the Chelsea boss hopes to make Kai Havertz a new third signature this summer.

The Blues are expected to be on the verge of signing Bayer Leverkusen playmate Kai Havertz after the two clubs agreed on a fee for the 21-year-old.

Chelsea have spent a lot of money since the end of the year. Winger Hakim Ziyech came from Ajax for £ 36 million and striker Timo Werner joined the RB Leipzig deal for £ 53 million.

In addition, young Kai Havertz, who has impressed this season with 12 goals and six assists in the Bundesliga, can be a good signing for the club from West London.

As stated by The Athletic, the deal is likely to cost up to £ 80 million and he hopes Chelsea will have less competition to get his signature because of its high valuation.

Initially, the player supported his move to Real Madrid, but the Spanish giants cannot currently cover the costs for him.

Kai Havertz and the Chelsea agent are currently working on the personal requirements of his contract, but do not believe that a prison sentence must occur and the Blues are more than willing to fulfill his salary requirements.

Kai Havertz will give what looks like a terrible attack from Stamford Bridge even deeper because the club really gets the ball after not hitting a single player in the last two transfer windows.

Kai Havertz announced his aim a month ago to leave Bayer Leverkusen as a player known to be ready for the next exam.

He also wants to play in the Champions League after not helping his country qualify for the Champions League next season, and Chelsea look ready for the top 4.

It's not yet clear how quickly things move from here, but it seems no doubt that good times are ahead for all Chelsea fans.

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