Kai Havertz big money move to Chelsea is getting closer by each day that passed.

The German midfielder is expected to complete a £90 million move to the London to join Frank Lampard’s side and fellow Germans Timo Werner and Antonio Rudiger.

Havertz is expected to sign a five-year-deal at Chelsea. After several times of denying any move to the Blues, his current club Bayer Leverkusen have now admitted defeat.


 

“Unfortunately, our squad has not yet been determined. I no longer expect that Volland and Havertz will train with us again,” manager Peter Bosz admitted.

“It’s possible that other players will also switch. We definitely have to bring players in too.”

Havertz linked up with the German National team today after missing out on Leverkusen’s performance test yesterday.

Fabrizio Romano also reports that the announcement is ‘just a matter of time now’ as the announcement is prepared, medicals still to be completed and for the contracts to be finalised.

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[🔵] Havertz is coming to Chelsea! – The deal has never been in doubt. Kai Havertz is joining Chelsea after the agreement reached 7 days ago: here we go confirmed and official soon 🤝 – Chelsea will pay €80m to Bayer Leverkusen with €20m more by add ons. Havertz will sign his contract until June 2025 [personal terms agreed more than one month ago with Kai]. 🌟 – Havertz deal has not been announced quickly by Chelsea because of the paperworks between the two clubs, complicated clauses [add ons related to UCL, Premier League and more], medical for Kai in London. Normal timing for a €100m deal. ⏳ – After signing Havertz, Chelsea board will try to sign also a new goalkeeper. Bayer Leverkusen are going to sell also Kevin Volland to Monaco and are in talks to sign Patrik Schick from AS Roma. 🚨 […and @kaihavertz29 is joining Chelsea, ‘here we go’ as one week ago. Just a matter of time 🔵🤝] #havertz #kaihavertz #chelsea #herewego #cfc

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The deal, when finalized will make Kai Havertz the most expensive German player of all time.