Chelsea will attempt one more raid on the Bundesliga according to Daily Mail with an offer for Bayer Leverkusen starlet Kai Havertz.
Chelsea also wants a youthful, wide player to replace the active Brazilian Willian and Spaniard Pedro, who is relied upon to seal RB Leipzig’s focus’ £53 m transfer to Timo Werner as the transfer window opens.
The 20-year-old Havertz is viewed as the player they want, while other top European clubs will face extreme rivalry.
Havertz has scored five times in four games since continuing the Bundesliga and is on the radar of Real Madrid and Bayern Munich.
Chelsea should put heavily in winning the race, with Havertz’s market value set north at £75 m and the player under contract until 2022. They have already spent £ 38 m on attacking midfielder Ajax Hakim Ziyech. But the London club is eager to pull history on their rivals they feel dismissed during the transfer embargo last summer.
Havertz has been in Leverkusen’s first team since he was 17, and has seven caps for Germany. He was important this season yet kept separate from the squad toward the end of the week which lost 4-2 to Bayern at home.
Bayer Simon Rolfes’ donning director said: ‘We don’t have a clue what will happen to Kai yet.”We know all of the great clubs from Germany and Europe are after him, and that he can play anywhere.”
Chelsea is ready to hold attempts to enlist another goalkeeper this summer while evaluating several potential candidates following a formal plunge leading to worries about Kepa Arrizabalaga’s drawn-out future.
And on the off chance that they can regain at least the majority of the world record they went through two years ago marking him, they can transfer Frank Lampard ‘s side from the Spaniard on. This appears to be impossible considering the waitlist of top clubs searching for another No 1. this summer.
Lampard kept the Spaniard out for six consecutive games in January and February following lost structure yet regained his manager’s certainty to get a token of their two games before the football suspension, holding clean sheets against Liverpool and Everton in Chelsea’s successes.
Andre Onana is one goalkeeper who dreams of a Premier League move and is connected to Chelsea.
The Ajax goalkeeper will leave Amsterdam this summer and would be quick to join Ziyech at Stamford Bridge.
Be that as it may, regardless of the volatility of the post-Coronavirus transfer market, the Cameroon international, estimated at around £27 m and having two years left on its momentum contract, is happy to stay for another season at the Dutch giants.