Chelsea Transfer News: Take advantage of ‘No My Doctor Kai Havertz Yet’ With Ad Delayed | Football sport

Kai Havertz is close to moving to Chelsea, however, there are conflicting reports in Germany about whether the star has completed the medical examination so far. What remains clear is that Chelsea have signed a deal with Bayer Leverkusen to sign the 21-year-old this summer.

The two clubs shook hands over a deal early last week that will see Havertz move to Chelsea after the international break for an initial £ 72m.

Thought this step is as good as it did while waiting for the ad that has been pending for about 10 days.

There was speculation this was due to the details surrounding the additions included in the deal.

Another theory suggests that this is because Bayer Leverkusen wants to sign his replacement first before confirming Havertz’s departure.

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He is set to meet new Chelsea team-mates after the international break at Cobham ahead of the new Premier League season.

According to German SPORT1 director, Havertz has yet to undergo a medical examination with the blues and claim it’s still set to happen.

Journalist Florian Plettenberg tweeted: “According to our confirmed information: There is no medical examination for #Havertz in # Chelsea yet !!! @ SPORT1berger_pj #CFC”

Havertz will be free to travel to London after facing Switzerland in the Nations League next Sunday (6 September).

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Once the deal becomes official, preparations will begin for Chelsea’s opening match in the Premier League in Brighton on September 14th.

Havertz is set to lead the Chelsea attack with compatriot Timo Werner.

A £ 52m deal from RB Leipzig had already netted the Blues in a pre-season friendly in Brighton that ended 1-1.

Chelsea center-back Antonio Rudiger has confirmed that he played a behind-the-scenes role in convincing both stars to join Chelsea in a big boost for Frank Lampard.

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