Chelsea Is Looking To Sign Superstar And Current Sensation Kai Havertz From Leverkusen

 

 

The new team which is connected to Chelsea eyeing Kai Havertz from Leverkusen and the Blues are very much interested in bringing the youngster.

At this moment, Havertz undoubtedly has one of the most fascinating figures on the European soccer market, and the youngster is also under the radar of getting signed up by many major continental clubs. Chelsea is the latest addition to the list of clubs that want to sign him.

The Blues are all set to spend huge amounts during the summer, and they are certainly ready to pay the right price for the 20-year-old stunning player. No official bid has yet been sent out by the team from Stamford Bridge, but as per the sources, some contact has been established between the two sides.

Frank Lampard now wants to rebrand his team, which also includes bringing in youngsters that are going to be the cornerstone of the team in the upcoming years. Havertz is certainly one of his wishes, but getting him signed up for the team would be a tough task for the London based club.

All the media outlets of Europe has already reported about Bayern Munich and Real Madrid being the most possible destinations for the superstar of Leverkusen and that both the powerhouses have contacted the Bayer’s management.

Harvetz not playing against Bayern Munich in last weekend was very controversial and turned the heads of many. The player informed the team’s coach just an hour before the start of the game about his muscle during that had appeared during warm-ups. The majority of fans and the experts immediately suggested that he reached out to some sort of agreement with the Bavarians and that he didn’t want to play against them.

Havertz showed excellent performance throughout the entire campaign, but his performances after the restart have stunned one and all. It is a known fact to all that he has been the best player of Germany over all the five rounds and was ranked among the top 10 players before the pause.

In all the 38 games of the competition, Havertz scored 15 goals and assisted 8 times, but his impact on the competition and the overall results was far greater. Without him playing the game, Bayer wouldn’t have been able to perform well, which was pretty evident during the game against the Bavarians this Saturday.

His performance was noticed in London, and the fans can expect some more serious moves from the rearrangement of Chelsea.



      

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