Chelsea and Leverkusen still have to thrash out negotiations over a fee for the 21-year-old, with the Germans unwilling to lower their £90m valuation of the attacker.
Havertz broke into the scene of football in the 2016/17 season at Leverkuson. Ever since, his stock has greatly increased given his barnstorming form and displays for the club.
Lampard currently have a plethora of attackers but the fact that he’s keen on signing Havertz means the player can offer something unique and extra to his side.
Havertz can play behind the striker or on across any of the forward positions. He’d provide options for Pulisic, Hakim Ziyech, making Chelsea’s squad competitive and robust.
Chelsea have already signed on two players but Lampard is looking to fortify his backline as well as his midfield.
It is left to be seen if they’d reach an agreement for his signing