German coach opens up and sends exciting Havertz message to get Chelsea fans excited

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Bayer Leverkusen assistant coach Marcel Daum has likened Kai Havertz to Zinedine Zidane amid speculation that Chelsea are interested in transfer deal.

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 Lampas, who is reportedly a huge fan of the midfielder.

Now, amid the transfer speculation, Daum has opened up and compared the midfielder to one of the greatest players to ever grace the game, Zidane.

‘Everyone is asking about Kai Havertz. If you see him play it tells you everything’ the Leverkusen assistant told talkSPORT.

‘For me, he has the elegance of Zidane. If you see his movement, he’s very elegant, he’s always calm, he has great passing ability.

‘What a lot of people don’t see, because we watch him every day, is that he’s pretty fast. That’s a big bonus.

‘He’s a great player; he’s scoring goals, he’s great in the air and he’s pretty fast.

‘It’s up to him how far he can go. ‘I can’t say he will be the best German player ever, but he has the talent and there are no limits. He’s displaying signs of Zidane.’

Havertz is brilliant, we have said it before and if he is anything like Zidane, then we need to make sure that we win the race and bring him to the Bridge. He would definitely add something to this very attacking side.

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