Bayer Leverkusen have confirmed that Kai Havertz has left the Germany staff’s coaching camp, to finish his £90million transfer to Chelsea.
Havertz has been linked with the Blues for months and the deal is predicted to be confirmed imminently.
The 21-year-old was an unused substitute, as his nation was held to a 1-1 draw by Spain on Thursday evening.
He has now left for London, the place he’ll wrap up his switch to the Premier League.
Leverkusen’s sporting director, Rudi Voller, advised the membership’s web site: “I exchanged concepts with [German FA chief] Oliver Bierhoff and Joachim Low over the previous few days.”
He stated he appreciated “the DFB’s understanding of the particular scenario of the participant and likewise for us as a membership. We’re grateful to the nationwide coach that Kai can now type issues out with our help on website in London.”
It’s understood each Chelsea and Leverkusen anticipated him to be left on the bench for the Germans towards Spain to keep away from the chance of damage as the 2 events guarantee the huge switch goes forward.