Kai Havertz Chelsea transfer has been one of those story which has got the Blues much excited especially thinking about their offensive options next season after already adding firepower to their squad in Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner.
The deal maybe nearing its conclusion owing to recent developments. The Athletic, earlier today, reported today that Chelsea are on verge of signing Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen, and there have been further updates from other sources.
Havertz is now said to want to join Chelsea and no one else, with an official bid expected in coming days and “talks ongoing very fast”, according to Sky reporter Angelo Mangiante.
Kicker described Havertz move to Chelsea as “imminent”, with everything leading with an expectancy of an official announcement soon.
Kai Havertz scored 12 goals for Peter Bosz’s side while also providing six assists in 30 appearances in the recently concluded Bundesliga season.
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