Chelsea to announce another 3 major signings, after completing negotiations with Kai Havertz.
By Informperfect | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 3647 views
All is set for the blues to announce another three players after completing the signings of Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech with Kai Havertz deal in progress. Kai Havertz has transformed from a promising talent to one of the best young players in Europe. He has scored 37 goals in all competitions in this time and despite being only 21 years old, he has already become Bayer Leverkusen’s most important player.
According to Sky Sport’s Angelo Mangiante, Havertz has already agreed personal terms with Chelsea and it is just the fee left to negotiate.
According to The Telegraph, Chelsea are considering signing a new goalkeeper this summer regardless of whether Kepa Arrizabalaga goes or stays.
As well as that, they are looking at a new left back, and potentially a new centre back.
There has also been some reliable reports, like this one from The Guardian, suggesting that Chelsea could sign another winger as well this summer in the shape of Said Benrahma. Although it is unclear whether he would still come in as well as Havertz.
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