Kai Havertz to join Chelsea squad this week after the UEFA Nations League

Kai Havertz to join Chelsea squad this week after the UEFA Nations League

Chelsea have completed Kai Havertz signing on a five-year contract until June 2025 as he passed medical and the announcement could be made this week. It has been confirmed that Chelsea have sign Kai Havertz and he joined Frank Lampard squad on Sunday after the UEFA Nations League According to journalist Fabrizio Romano, “🔵] Kai Havertz is a Blue! Havertz had his medicals as new Chelsea player on last Sunday and already signed his contract until June 2025. Chelsea are preparing the official announcement after the agreement reached 9 days…

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Transfer News LIVE: Chelsea to make official announcement after Kai Havertz agreed to sign 5-year contract

Transfer News LIVE: Chelsea to make official announcement after Kai Havertz agreed to 5-year contract

Kai Havertz has been heavily linked with Chelsea as the blues boss Frank Lampard gaining momentum to sign the 21-year-old German international this summer Chelsea FC have been an impressive side in the Summer Transfer with the London side in the forefront of signing quality players to the team in preparation to challenge the next season’s EPL Title. The London club has been thoroughly determined in the transfer market with the Club seen to be making more and good lucrative moves. So far, Chelsea fans have been pleased with the…

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Announce Kai Havertz! Chelsea Champions League Finished Boost Havertz Transfer Deal

Timo Werner welcome Kai Havertz to Chelsea

Announce Kai Havertz! Chelsea Champions League Finished Boost Havertz Transfer Deal. The Blues saw off Wolves on the final day of the Premier League season to ensure they can continue their aggressive recruitment drive this summer Chelsea’s recruitment plan has been heavily scrutinised in recent months. The arrivals of Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner for a combined £75 million ($96m) before the season was out certainly raised eyebrows. According to Goal, their interest in spending even more on the likes of Kai Havertz, Ben Chilwell and Jan Oblak had opposition…

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