Kai Havertz has been confirmed to have left the Bayer Leverkusen squad by manager, amid Chelsea switch.
Bayer Leverkusen manager, Peter Bosz has affirmed that he doesn’t expect Kai Havertz to return for preparing this mid year in the midst of theory the youthful midfielder is nearly joining Chelsea.
Frank Lampard has been quick to get the ball really rolling in the wake of Chelsea’s two-window move boycott and the Blues have focused on finishing a move for Havertz subsequent to wrapping up bargains up Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech, Ben Chilwell and Thiago Silva.
It’s perceived Havertz concurred a five-year contract at Stamford Bridge prior this month and Chelsea will supposedly pay Leverkusen €80million (£72m) in advance in addition to a further €20m (£18m) in rewards for the 21-year-old German.Embed from Getty Images
Havertz’s nonappearance from Leverkusen’s pre-season wellness tests on Sunday further fired up theory of a looming move to west London and the youth currently hopes to play in the blue of Chelsea next season.
In any case, Havertz is right now with the German public side in Stuttgart in front of their games with Spain and Switzerland, which means an official declaration may must be required to be postponed the time being.
In any case, Bosz remarks on Monday morning show that Havertz won’t be coming back to Leverkusen from Germany’s instructional course – and that it won’t be long until he is divulged as a Chelsea player.Embed from Getty Images
“Kevin Volland and the national players didn’t participate today in training today,” Bosz said at his press conference.
“Leon Bailey also wasn’t there. Unfortunately our squad isn’t set yet.
“I don’t expect Volland (set to join Monaco) and Havertz to train with us again. ‘It’s possible more players will transfer and we definitely still have to add some players.”
“There are clubs and people, like Roman Abramovich in this case probably, who are able to and want to pay it” Bosz added on Chelsea spending heavy on the player.Embed from Getty Images
“They will have calculated it well.
“Kai is not the only player joining Chelsea this summer.”