Chelsea board is doing everything possible to keep Chelsea star Kai Havertz at the club this Summer.
Like it or not Kai Havertz is a big player who turns up in big games and Chelsea board is not looking to let this man go anytime soon.
This Summer transfer window will come and go and Kai could still remain a Chelsea player by far as he is not among the list of players Chelsea could even gamble to sell.
His contract at Chelsea expires in 2025, meaning that the club will need to make a decision soon on his long-term future and either offer the 23-year-old an extension or look to move him on while they can still ask for a reasonable return on the £72million they paid Bayer Leverkusen for him in 2020.
However, the Chelsea board are “desperate” for Havertz to realise his potential at the club according to journalist Simon Phillips, which may translate as the Blues hierarchy leaning towards offering him an extension before he reaches the final year of his contract.
“Potter has continued to back Kai Havertz, continued to pick him, even in his poor form, and Havertz has appreciated that. The hierarchy, the Chelsea board, they’ve always seen something in Havertz and they’ve been desperate to see that come out,” Phillips told GiveMeSport.