CHELSEA have been given a huge transfer boost after Bayer Leverkusen star Wendell revealed Kai Havertz dreams of playing in the Premier League.
German playmaker Havertz is an £80million target for Frank Lampard this summer after starring in the Bundesliga.
Wendell claims Bayer Leverkusen pal Kai Havertz dreams of playing in England[/caption]
Chelsea have already signed up international teammate and RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner for under £50m.
And they want Havertz to support him in attack with Hakim Ziyech also arriving at Stamford Bridge from Ajax.
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Leverkusen boss Peter Bosz admits Leverkusen could sell Havertz after missing out on Champions League football next term.
But there were worries in the Chelsea camp after Real Madrid entered the running.
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However, Brazilian left-back Wendell claims team-mate Havertz wants to play in England – and will be a roaring success if he moves to West London.
Wendell said: “Psychologically, the Germans are very focused people.
“They are very concentrated on what they want. If he goes to the Premier League, he will learn a lot.
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“I think Kai dreams of playing there. He has that desire, and I think he decides to play in England he will be a success.
“He’s a complete player. If you play him as a No9 or No10 a little bit behind, or if you put him out wide, he’ll know what to do.
“He has a facility to understand what the manager wants. He finishes well with both feet. He’s strong with his head, he has good technique.”