Chelsea fans think they can win Premier League with Kai Havertz and Timo Werner transfers

Chelsea fans think their team could mount a serious Premier League title challenge next season if Kai Havertz joins Timo Werner in signing for the club.

Reports claim that the Blues are going all out to complete the transfer of Bayer Leverkusen star Havertz this summer.

Expected to seal the £53million transfer of RB Leipzig centre forward Werner when the transfer window opens, there could be more to come.

According to the Mail Online , Chelsea have now turned their attentions to the £75m-rated Germany international.

Havertz has been brilliant for Leverkusen again this term and has scored five times in four games since the resumption of the Bundesliga.

His form has seen him linked with several of Europe’s big hitters, with Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Manchester United, and Liverpool all linked.

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But Chelsea could try to steal a march on their rivals as they look to mount a Premier League challenge next season.

And Blues fans are dreaming big that Frank Lampard can help lead their team to the title if Havertz teams up with Werner.

The London side have also agreed to spend £38m on attacking midfielder Hakim Ziyech of Ajax in February, meaning they could have an all new attack next season.

Chelsea have already agreed a deal in principle to sign Timo Werner
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“Werner and Havertz link up next season? Please make it happen, honestly could see a title challenge,” wrote one fan on social media.

While another said: “If Chelsea sign both Werner AND Havertz, I am f****ng done! Watch out City and Liverpool!”

“If we sign Werner and Havertz to go with Ziyech, get could be pushing top two,” said one fan.

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