Rudiger convinces Havertz to move to Chelsea

Rudiger convinces Havertz to move to Chelsea

London Chelsea central defender Antonio Rudiger continues to try on the scout and sports director post.

The epic on the transfer of Kai Havertz still hasn’t grown with due attention, despite the high level of game of the German universal midfielder, capable of playing on several positions. Partially thanks to him, Bayer got into the German cup last season, where they lost to Bayern and also took the fifth place, having lost a battle for the Champions League.

However, before that, there were many rumors that the 21-year-old wunderkind is already on the pencil of Bayern Munich and is almost ready for the transfer. Conspirological theories confirmed this by the fact that the player in a strange way missed all the matches of the season with the Munich team except for the final match of the cup.

At the same time, Real Madrid were closely watching the player, and now Antonio Rudiger, known for his gift of persuasion, has entered the battlefield. As Sport Fild journalist Christian Falk wrote in late May, Chelsea defender urged Timo Werner to move to London, not Liverpool. Given the circumstances, one can believe the words of the journalist.

Now information has appeared from Falk that Antonio is also recruiting Kai Haverts. Moreover, the words were confirmed by another journalist Alfredo Pedulla, who said that the player himself is interested in moving to Chelsea and will soon meet with Bayer’s management.

One can only imagine what a crazy team Frank Lampard is trying to build if he succeeds in luring Havertz despite the fact that Abraham, Hudson-Odoi, Pulisic, Werner, Giroud, Ziyech and Willian will play in the team. Even if the latter leaves after Pedro leaving, there is a clear oversaturation of the line of attack. If Lampard does not have a plan on how to provide all these players with playing practice, he can stumble upon enormous difficulties. Moreover, he has competition in the midfield line, where Kante, Jorginho, Barkley, Gilmore, Mount and Kovacic play.