Could Chelsea be going to make their third marking of the late spring, before the window has even opened?
The Blues have just blew some people's minds in the transfer advertise by finishing bargains that have seen Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner show up at Stamford Bridge.
Yet, Frank Lampard isn't done there, with Bayer Leverkusen star Kai Havertz apparently on the rundown as Chelsea hope to fabricate a crew to challenge Liverpool and Manchester City at the head of the Premier League during the 2020/21 season.
As announced by football.london, Chelsea do hold an interest for Havertz, and in the event that reports are to be accepted, at that point the Blues are following up on the interests.
One hindrance to the arrangement could be the asking cost, with Leverkusen resolved to get however much cash as could reasonably be expected for the player, with it being proposed that the Bundesliga side are waiting for an expense in the district of £90m.
Chelsea made it to the FA Cup last by recording an amazing success over Manchester United at Wembley on Sunday, and different outcomes presently imply that the Blues need only one win from their last two games to make sure about Champions League football next season - a factor that could be urgent in drawing in Havertz to Stamford Bridge.
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It appears that Chelsea might be surrounding their third marking of the period, as they pursue Kai Havertz.
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