Kai Havertz 'completes Chelsea medical' ahead of £90m move

Kai Havertz ‘completes his Chelsea medical’ as Frank Lampard’s side ‘meet Bayer Leverkusen’s valuation of £90m plus add-ons’ to break British transfer record

  • Chelsea look set to finally pull off the signing of German midfielder Kai Havertz 
  • The 21-year-old is set to become the most expensive British transfer of all time
  • Chelsea are reported to be willing to meet Bayer Leverkusen’s £90m valuation 
  • With add-ons the move is set to surpass the fee Man United paid for Paul Pogba 

Chelsea are reportedly putting the final touches to their move for German sensation Kai Havertz, with the midfielder said to have completed a medical last Sunday.

Frank Lampard’s side have been linked with the exciting Bayer Leverkusen youngster all summer, and now talks have reached the advanced stages.

Havertz undertook a medical for his new club on Sunday, leaving everything set in place to now complete a deal which is set to shatter the British transfer record, according to Bild.

Chelsea are on the brink of confirming Kai Havertz as their marquee summer signing

The German publication state all formalities are done and that the 23-year-old has passed medical examinations.

It appears that the attacking midfielder will be officially announced by Chelsea in the coming days. 

Havertz would join fellow German star Timo Werner, who was a big money arrival for the Blues earlier in the window.

The youngster is currently away with the German team ahead of international action

With add-ons included the deal for Havertz is set to surpass Paul Pogba’s to Manchester United

Just this week Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger had joked he had acted as an agent to bring Werner to Stamford Bridge, and was hoping to do the same with Havertz.

It is reported that Chelsea will pay Leverkusen’s asking price of £90million (€100m) plus add-ons.

This will make the deal the most lucrative in British transfer history, surpassing the deal Manchester Unite struck with Juventus for the transfer of Paul Pogba. 

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