Chelsea said to be preparing bid for bayer leverkusen's promising star

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Chelsea Said to Be Preparing Bid for Bayer Leverkusen's Promising Star


Chelsea keep pushing hard and hader in preparing their squad ahead of next season, they are doing all what they could to equip their team to be able to compete flawlessly in the next season as they are reportedly preparing a bid for Bayer Leverkusen's promising baller.

However, Chelsea's fans were on cloud nine last week as it was reported that the Blues have reached a principle agreement with RB Leipzig over Timo Werner's deal. It was also stated that the deal would be finalized and announced anytime soon. And now, the Blues are also preparing a bid for Werner's German teammate, Kai Havertz.

According to Matt Law, it was claimed that Chelsea are preparing a bid for £75m-rated Bayer Leverkusen's Star, Kai Havertz as they are looking to pair him with his German teammate, Timo Werner.

Meanwhile, Chelsea are looking for ways to offload, Pedro, Willian, Barkley, Drinkwater to pave way for Havertz's arrival while they going to keep Mason Mount and Ruben Loftus-Cheek at the team regardless of signing Havertz.

Kai Havertz is a talented and promising player who has been making waves in Bundesliga, and his breakthrough this season has arouse interest from many giant clubs which they are bent on signing him, the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona, Liverpool and Manchester united.

In addition, Kai Havertz's arrival would make Chelsea's squad so fearful and dangerous next season alongside with Werner's, with the likes Pulisic, Ziyech and Abraham. And, the German International would bring many things to Stamford Bridge which would benefit the Blues and Frank Lampard would make use of his versatility in switching his role.

In other words, Chelsea are ready to spend big in bringing Timo Werner and Kai Havertz to Stamford Bridge in equipping their team ahead of next season, so they could be able to compete with Premier League giants, like Manchester city, Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham Spurs and Arsenal. 



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