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The Blues are close to signing Timo Werner from RB Leipzig and have reportedly opened negotiations with Bayer Leverkusen over the transfer of Kai Havertz.
This comes after Chelsea completed a deal to sign Hakim Ziyech from Ajax in February.
Former Chelsea player Craig Burley has warned Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich that the Blues can’t have enough good players and wants our Russian billionaire to keep spending the cash.
“You can’t have enough good players,” Burley told ESPN FC. “It would be a statement of intent to go out and get one of Europe’s most exciting young talents.
“It does fit with the narrative that Chelsea and Lampard are going down. They are looking to sign younger players with sell-on value but who can also produce the good now.
“If they get Werner, he can play wide or through the middle. Havertz is flexible as well. They may be a little top-heavy, in terms of their forward line.
“But it would be a statement from Abramovich to say, ‘we’ve given you Werner and we also want Havertz, one of the brightest talents in European football’.
“That’s a very exciting sign for Chelsea fans, but I doubt they will be in that race alone because Havertz is probably on everybody’s radar.”