The Blues having secured and signed 5 players this season alone have are not done yet as they have agreed to pay a club-record of £72 million fee to sign the 21-year-old playmaker who possesses supreme talent and a unique skill that is worth the pay, and now, one of the major transfer sagas of the Premier League summer is almost over as Kai Havertz is within touching distance of officially becoming a Chelsea player in few days to the EPL resumption.
The playmaker has already signed his five-year contract at Stamford Bridge as he prepares to take the next step on a journey that has already seen him become one of the world’s most coveted players by the age of 21. Havertz’s former team-mate Roberto Hilbert, meanwhile, believes silverware is likely following the playmaker’s move to Stamford Bridge, telling Goal: “I was there when he made his debut in our team at 17. In this generation, I think he will be a game-changer. According to him, “Frank Lampard and the Blues will hope so – they would not have fought so hard to sign Havertz if they did not believe he would deliver.”