Real Madrid - already one of Chelsea's competitors for Havertz's mark - won't make any enormous exchanges this late spring.
Perez claims that it's impractical to deal with huge signings when clubs need to bring down players' compensations.
"You can't request that the players bring down their compensation and afterward make signings of that type."
That fundamentally implies that Chelsea won't face Real Madrid's opposition for Kai Havertz's signing this season.
Los Blancos have been continually supposed as one of the Blues' primary competitor in this exchange race however clearly Chelsea are without a doubt the main club who can manage the cost of a signing of such gauge right now.
A few fans have reacted to respond to the post and here are some collection of some interesting remarks:
please let forget about this transfer issues please let it be in only the board mind, so that our players will not be distracted when entering the pitch , Man U and Leicester have won there match which means Chelsea will not be happy yet, to train hard on how to win Liverpool is the main thing , Any lose or draw is dangerous, Lampard were are our players right now, are u monitoring them ? hope they are not flirting around for drinks ,party and girls that can make them lose there form. are u calling to put them together and play the previous match for them to see there mistake and show them table ? pls Lampard do the needful , we fans care abt this alot.
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