“No choice has been made at this point,” Bayer sporting chief Rudi Voller revealed to German news source Kicker about the fate of Kai Havertz.
“I’d prefer to rehash myself by stressing that we’re discussing about a great footballer.
“There is nothing new in this manner. We have a reasonable and mutual agreement with him and his representatives that he can possibly leave if certain requirements are met. Else, he will remain.”
It’s been accounted for that Chelsea are prepared to increase their determination to sign Kai Havertz after Bayer Leverkusen’s Europa League campaign reached a conclusion.
Individual terms with the player are not expected to be an issue, however the Bundesliga club may even now be requesting £90 million, the Blues are set up to pay ₤70 million, most likely with significant performance-based bonuses.
This is a player that can be a best player in the future, Chelsea should get deal done without waisting time.