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Report:Chelsea latest transfer news

Danny0002 06/26/2020

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Bayer Leverkusen HAVE received an offer from Chelsea for Kai Havertz, Blues fans have been told ahead of the summer window.Havertz is regarded as one of the finest talents in the game right now and has been constantly linked with a move to the Premier League at the end of the season, with Chelsea just one of the clubs that are reportedly keen on a transfer deal.

Frank Lampard has already Acquired the services of both Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech, but he is still seeking to improve hos attack ahead of next season, and is reportedly very keen on the young man.And according to According to journalist Pepe Sierra, Real Madrid and the Blues have both bid for the German playmaker, with Chelsea’s bid of £79.4million is significantly higher than Madrid’s, while their salary offer is also higher.

He said on Sky Sports: “He’s obviously a top player, but to carry on from my answer before I’m certainly not going to comment on other players at other teams. And it cannot be our focus. So, nothing to say.”However, despite these latest reports, Chelsea boss Lampard has come out and admitted that while Havertz is a top-player, he has played down the speculation that a bid has been made by the club.

When asked if an offer had been made, he added: “No. No bids have gone in.”

However, with so many attackers in the side ahead of next season, will Lampard be able to fit all these players in and keep them happy, as that is something that he will have to deal with if he manages to secure a deal for Havertz.Havertz is a very exciting young player that has more than a decade left in the game, so he would be a great investment for Chelsea at that £79 million that he is reportedly going for.

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The German forward has been ablaze in 2019/20, scoring 26 goals and another eight assists in only 33 Bundesliga games.

He’s probably the best forward in world football at the present time and the possibility of him connecting up with Christian Pulisic and Hakim Ziyech next season is a delectable one without a doubt.

Timo Werner’s signing is one that will likewise leave many rival fans across England green with resentment, however Chelsea had to pay huge to sign their man.

Chelsea will pay around £49m to initiate Timo Werner’s release clause at Leipzig and details of his lucrative contract with the London club have now become visible.

According to report, Timo Werner will take a yearly pay of £14m at Chelsea.

That works out at £270,000 weekly. Timo Werner will also get a £10m bonus.

Reports from England asserted the forward would take around £170,000 weekly.

Timo Werner’s new detailed pay will make him the second most paid player at Chelsea, simply behind N’Golo Kante on £290,000 weekly.It’s unquestionably a costly bet, but it’s energizing for the Blues fans to see Roman Abrahmovich utilizing his gigantic financial muscle again.

Deals for Ziyech and Werner effectively guaranteed already, the Blues are currently being vigorously connected with a plenty of other youngsters.Chelsea are also keen to sign Kai Havertz, Ben Chilwell and Dayot Upamecano.

Frank Lampard’s side on course to fit the bill for the Champions League, it’s a really decent an ideal opportunity to be a devotee of the Blues at the present time.

A club legend in charge, youngsters flourishing and some whiz names arriving, Chelsea will be a difficult team to beat in 2020/21.

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Lampard had been looking to prise England star Ben Chilwell from Leicester City.But Brendan Rodgers’ £70million valuation of the youngster has put Chelsea off.

And it now appears that Lampard is trying his luck 2ith highly rated Alaba.The 27-year-old's contract does not expire until next summer but Bayern will consider cashing in at the end of this season to ensure they get some money in.

Talks have been ongoing over a new deal at the Allianz for more than a year but there has been no breakthrough. Alaba can play in midfield, centre-back and left-back making him the perfect addition to many sides.The superstar, 28, has been at Bayern since 2008 and could fancy a new challenge abroad.

Alaba has made an incredible 380 appearances for Bayern, winning nine Bundesliga titles and the 2013 Champions League.

But after seeing RB Leipzig ace Timo Werner and Ajax playmaker Hakim Ziyech complete moves to Stamford Bridge, Alaba could put his faith in a move to Lampard’s new-look Chelsea side.

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Chelsea midfielder Jorginho is unlikely to leave Stamford Bridge in the summer, according to the player’s agent.

Joao Santos has revealed clubs are unwilling or unable to match the Blues’ valuation of the Italian midfielder, despite being linked with Juventus.“It will be a unique market because nobody knows when it will return to normal, if we play the next season without fans then nobody will be able to afford signings.

“The next season could be behind closed doors, and that’s a big deal. Chelsea have already spent because they were unable to buy last year.”

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Chelsea remain interested in Leicester City defender Ben Chilwell, but are also pursuing alternatives to the England left-back, according to the Athletic.

The Foxes are said to be holding out for a £70m fee for Chilwell, and the Blues are keen on getting him for a cheaper fee. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

However, Frank Lampard is also believed to be looking elsewhere, and David Alaba of Bayern Munich is also an option.

The Athletic are reporting that the Blues have made an enquiry to the Bundesliga champions about the availability of the Austria international.

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Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has denied the Blues have made an official bid for Bayer Leverkusen playmaker Kai Havertz.The highly-rated German has been linked with a move to Stamford Bridge in recent weeks, but Lampard has insisted the reports are not true.

“He’s obviously a top player, but to carry on from my answer before, I’m certainly not going to comment on other players at other teams. And it cannot be our focus. So, nothing to say,” the Blues boss said in his pre-match press conference.

“No. No bids have gone in.”

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