Bayern Leverkusen and Germany youngster, Kai Havertz may be moving in the direction of Stamford Bridge soon enough after sources close to him reveal that qualification for UCL football is not a determining factor in whichever direction he moves.
This revelation is coming as Chelsea are in contention for a top 4 finish in the EPL but have Manchester United and Leicester City in hot pursuit of them.
Added to this, Chelsea have in excess of £75 million to spend on the player and Leverkusen are requesting up to £90 million but Chelsea are hoping to pay in installments.
Following recent poor outings by Chelsea's number one, Kepa Arizzabalaga, Chelsea are ready to offload him and get Slovakian, Jan Oblak in his place. Chelsea want to pay up to £80 million for him with Kepa going the other way on loan for two years.
Oblak has been the best goalkeeper in the Spanish La Liga for 4 years running and has a save percentage greater than 80% in that time and Frank Lampard has decided he needs someone that can adequately command his defence line to take the number one spot for Chelsea.
Atlético De Madrid Vice, Burgos, said that the Russian, Roman Abrahamovic wants Oblak.
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