ayern Munich are driving the race to sign Chelsea target Kai Havertz, as per reports.
The Bayer Leverkusen midfielder has been connected with £75million moves to the Blues, Bayern and Manchester United this mid year.
Havertz, who turned 21 a week ago, has scored 15 objectives in all rivalries so far this season.
What’s more, The Telegraph say Bayern Munich are the top choices to sign the Germany midfielder.
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Liverpool legend Phil Thompson has reprimanded his previous club for neglecting to sign Chelsea-bound Timo Werner.
The RB Leipzig striker is relied upon to finish a £53million move to Stamford Bridge throughout the following hardly any weeks.
Werner had been intensely connected with a late spring move to Liverpool and even depicted them as the best group on the planet in February.
There were proposals the Germany worldwide would battle to play in front of Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah at Anfield, be that as it may, with a spot in Chelsea’s beginning XI substantially more likely.
In any case, Thompson, who won seven First Division titles during a 13-year spell at Liverpool from 1971, trusts Werner would have improved Jurgen Klopp’s side.
He revealed to Sky Sports: “I figure you ought to consistently attempt to improve.
“At the point when you’re on the up, when you’re playing great, that is the point at which you ought to back it up.
“I would have wanted to see him come, however Liverpool have not done that [as] they are figuring it will be excessively expensive.
“Timo Werner will be going, ‘perhaps I may get in there’. However, perhaps Klopp is figuring, ‘we can’t stand to have someone at that cost simply sitting on the seat’.
“He will be okay for three of four years. I would have faced that challenge. On the off chance that he needed to come, I think you need to improve your group when you’re on top and he would have improved us.”
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Marco van Ginkel has uncovered that he is in conversations for another agreement with Chelsea.
The 27-year-old has not played for anybody since 2018 as he supported a genuine ACL injury while on credit at PSV.
Nonetheless, he is presently fit again and accepts that Chelsea will hope to offer him another agreement when his flow bargain lapses this month.
He told AD: “My specialist, Karel Jansen, is in converses with Chelsea about another agreement for me. I am glad at this demonstration of trust in me by the club.
“It is very something when a club attempts to keep a player who has been out harmed for such a long time and in these dubious occasions too.
“In the event that an arrangement should be possible I hope to make my rebound in Chelsea’s Under-23 side.
“Else I will be a free specialist this late spring, and we’ll look somewhere else. The possibilities look generally excellent. I have endeavored to return.
“I would now be able to prepare four to five times each week. I was about to start rejoining bunch preparing in March before the coronavirus flare-up.”