Bayer Leverkusen assistant coach Marcel Daum has told Chelsea they will have to pay up in order to sign kai Havertz
Lampard may have one of the most exciting and creative sides in the Premier League right now, but he will need to spend some money in the next couple of windows to improve the side in certain areas, especially with the likes of Willian and Pedro seemingly on their way out of the club.
That has led to the speculation in the media that Havertz, who is valued at around the £89 million mark, is now top of the shopping list.
Now, amid the speculation Daum admits it’s a possibility Havertz could leave Leverkusen this summer but believes the club will be demanding a significant fee for their prized possession.
‘The situation with coronavirus is so strange and so complicated that it’s still open that he will leave us,’ he told TalkSport.
‘I don’t know what will happen, but at Bayer he has the right place to develop his strengths and improve.
‘The only thing I know is that Bayer won’t sell him for a cheap fee.’
We all know that Havertz is a brilliantly gifted young player that has the potential to be one of the best, so yes he will cost alot of money, but considering he is already producing the goods, he would be a great long-term investment
So if we really are keen on making a move for the talented German, we need to move quickly, as there is alot of interest from other top clubs in Europe, that may be able to offer him something that we cannot right now.
So it will be interesting to see just what happens in the coming months.
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