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Chelsea has caught an eye on Havertz

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Chelsea proprietor Roman Abramovich has contacted Kai Havertz straightforwardly regarding a transition to Stamford Bridge to get the wonder of Bayer Leverkusen. The Blues face several player competitors who took the Bundesliga by storm after the start of last month.

Chelsea is looking to additionally strengthen Frank Lampard’s hostile choices and has caught an eye on Havertz. The Leverkusen star has scored five goals since the Bundesliga campaign restarted play last month.

According to Sport Buzzer, Abramovich is eager to bring Havertz to Stamford Bridge and has got in contact with the 23-year-old to recommend the transition to him.

The Russian billionaire is said to have the option to offer Leverkusen’s asking cost of €100 m ( £ 90 m), however by selling N’Golo Kante and Jorginho will attempt to recuperate the cash.

Be that as it may, the inclusion of Abramovich would do the stunt is dubious, with Havertz purportedly lean toward a transition to La Liga.

Leverkusen manager Fernando Carro has affirmed that Havertz is looking to his future.

Carro said, “A certain number of clubs are keen on him. I see a player’s desire to take the following move sometime in the immediate future.”

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