German FA affirm Kai Havertz flight has left Germany heading to London to complete Chelsea move.
Kai Havertz has left the Germany camp and is going to London so as to finish his £90million move to Chelsea.
The German FA affirmed early today that the midfielder, who is set to sign a five-year deal with Lampard’s side, had been allowed consent to leave the camp in front of a “looming move to Britain.”
The arrangement, which will see Chelsea pay around £72million in advance to Bayer Leverkusen, will take the Blues’ spending past the £220million mark for the late spring.Embed from Getty Images
Leverkusen express gratitude toward German FA
Bayer Leverkusen have thanks the German public group for permitting Kai Havertz to leave the camp so as to close his turnto Chelsea.
‘Havertz left the Stuttgart team quarters of the German national side on Friday after consultation between Bayer 04 and the DFB management.’
“I exchanged ideas with Oliver Bierhoff and Jogi Löw over the past few days,” said Bayer Leverkusen chief Rudi Völler.Embed from Getty Images
Voller expressly emphasised “the DFB’s understanding of the special situation of the player and also of us as a club. We are grateful to the national coach that Kai can now sort things out with our support on site in London.”
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