When Bayern Munich walked away from a potential pursuit of Kai Havertz last summer, it opened the door for Chelsea to pitch in and play for former Bayer Leverkusen ace
Never the kind to be frugal, Londoners are said to have shelled out over € 80million for the prodigious German talent These fees, however, could rise as an escalation clause in the deal included more money to pay to Die Werkself if Chelsea won the Champions League
With Thomas Tuchel’s squad in the final against Manchester City, it’s safe to say which side Bayer Leverkusen will support (by kicker):
If Chelsea win the Cup against Manchester City, Bayer will receive a big extra millionaire sum for the 21-year-old, who is already the most expensive German footballer of all time The frequently announced 100 million euros are therefore already in the realm of possibilities very soon after the transfer.
Roman Abramovich’s club may face additional payments Ahead of the season, no club in Europe invested more than Chelsea FC, which had previously been subject to a transfer ban After managerial change from Frank Lampard to Thomas Tuchel, seemingly insane transfer payments of around € 250m are at least bearing fruit on the pitch And Bayer Leverkusen can rejoice
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