Kai Havertz will demand to leave Bayer Leverkusen for Chelsea TOMORROW as £ 90m star wants to move to Stamford Bridge
- Chelsea has long been looking forward to Bayer Leverkusen star Kai Havertz
- Germany’s midfielder costs £ 63 million up front and over £ 90 million after add-ons
- He plans to speak to Leverkusen and formally ask if he can join Blues
- Havertz agreed on almost all personal terms after speaking to Frank Lampard
Bayer Leverkusen star Kai Havertz ‘wants to talk to club bosses and get them to bring him to Chelsea.’
The German international is reportedly pushing for an exit at Leverkusen to participate in Frank Lampard’s revolution at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea and Havertz update: When training starts again on Thursday, Havertz wants to talk to his club. His request: bosses should let him go to Chelsea, “tweeted Christian Falk, head of football at BILD.
Bayer Leverkusen star Kai Havertz will ask club bosses to let him leave and join Chelsea
It is the last detail in the transfer saga and it seems to be an important one, with Havertz willing to put pressure on Leverkusen.
The talented 21-year-old is said to cost the major spending Blues over £ 90 million if they want to close a deal, £ 63 million upfront and then add-ons.
He has already spoken directly to Lampard and personal terms are not considered a problem for the attacking midfielder.
Frank Lampard wants the attacking midfielder to join his youthful Blues squad next season
Havertz scored 17 goals in all competitions this season and provided eight assists as the shining light on the side of Peter Bosz.
He was also a target for Real Madrid, but club chairman Florentino Perez recently admitted that the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on finances would limit what the Spanish side could do on the transfer market this summer.
Lampard, meanwhile, has already saved £ 50 million on Timo Werner and £ 37 million on Hakim Ziyech.
Havertz’s addition would already cost over £ 170 million and it is clear Chelsea can still move for a goalkeeper and defender.
Havetz scored a whopping 17 midfield goals this season in all competitions
The 21-year-old would contribute to an already exciting
There have been strong ties between Stamford Bridge and Ben Chilwell of Leicester City and also Nicolas Tagliafico of Ajax.
With current goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga potentially looking to return to Spain after struggling at Chelsea, Burnley’s Nick Pope and Atletico Madrid’s Jan Oblak are also on Lampard’s radar.
Chelsea are battling to secure Champions League football and are currently in third place but face tough matches against Liverpool and Wolves to complete the campaign.