Kai Havertz makes Man City and Liverpool declaration after Chelsea transfer confirmed
Chelsea new boy Kai Havertz has laid down a title challenge to Liverpool and Manchester City by stating that he joined the Blues so he could win trophies, including the Premier League.
Havertz has been linked with Chelsea all summer and he became their No 1 target after it emerged Bayern Munich and Real Madrid would not be able to sign him.
Chelsea, however, who hadn’t been active in the transfer window since January 2019, have spent big.
Havertz was signed from Bayer Leverkusen after Chelsea had previously announced deals for Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech, Thiago Silva, Malang Sarr and Ben Chilwell.
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But Havertz has been the most highly-anticipated signing by Chelsea fans, as the club forked out over £71million for his signature.
And the German will be looking to please those fans after telling Chelsea’s official site that he joined the west London side to ‘win titles’.
“I’ve read loads of messages from them, they write to me very often on my social media accounts,” he said.
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“I saw them, and I can’t wait to play in front of the fans.
“I’ll try to do my best to make them proud.
“Chelsea has always been a big club and I remember all the big players that have played for the club.
“For me it’s a very big step and I will try my best to help the team.
“It’s a very big step for me; a new country, a new country.
“It might be difficult in the first few weeks, but I just want to play football and have fun with the boys.
“We want to win titles here. I’ll try my best so we can achieve these things.”
Chelsea take on Brighton in their first game of the new Premier League season on September 14.
Havertz will also be playing in the Champions League with Chelsea next season, though his former club Leverkusen failed to qualify.
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