CHELSEA travel to Crystal Palace tonight but are likely to have to play without N’Golo Kante, who came off during the win over Watford with a hamstring injury.
Nevertheless on the transfer front Chelsea FC are making progress with Kai Havertz and said to be willing to offer Fikayo Tomori to West Ham on loan in order to secure Declan Rice.
Frank Lampard has admitted Chelsea been anxious of Manchester United performance. The Chelsea FC boss said: “They’re closest and they’re a very strong team, they’re in great form for a long period of time. “They’ve got really good players and you can see the momentum they’ve gained at this part of the season. “Individuals across their front three are all scoring goals.”It’s the Premier League, that’s how it is today, but it’s up to us to finish this season game by game.”
KAI HAVERTZ OFFERED A CONTRACT WITH CHELSEA FC
Kai Havertz has been offered a five-year contract by Chelsea worth £7.2million a year, according to reports.
Havertz, 21, has his agent in talks with the West London club, following Timo Werner’s agreed transfer. And Marina Granovskaia is reportedly offering a deal worth £140,000 per week. Havertz played in the German Cup final on Saturday and scored a last-second penalty, but Leverkusen were made to pay for missing some crucial chances.
According to a tweet by Journalist Nicolo Schira: “#chelsea want Kai #havertz and are in talks with his agent. “#blues are ready to offer 5-year contract (€8M/year) and in the next few days will open talks with #bayerleverkusen.”