"Who's Kai Havertz?" Requested the BBC, for instance, after the switch charge of 80 million euros, which may rise into the three-digit million vary relying on efficiency, makes the 21-year-old nationwide participant the most costly German footballer.
Having reportedly spent over £200m on six new recruitments this summer, including Kai Havertz, Timo Werner, and Ben Chilwell, such a fee to bolster the goalkeeping department which has arguably been the weakest link last season does not sound that bad.
Despite the anticipated arrival of Mendy, Kepa is willing to stay at Chelsea to try to fight for his place with the club yet to receive any bids for the Spain worldwide.
"It depends after in terms of the experience of the players whether they are strong enough to race until the end but the quality is in Chelsea as well".
Speaking to TF1, France striker Olivier Giroud was asked if he had been guaranteed playing time by his manager Frank Lampard for this season following the club's big summer of spending. I watched him against Watford [a 1-1 draw in June] and Ismaila Sarr absolutely ran him ragged. I think he's a very humble person, a very great guy, and I can't wait to play with him and learn from him. "Yeah, I am very happy to be here!"
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'I think we achieved a lot this season, because nobody expected us to come in the top four.
Havertz was also enthusiastic about the "project" that Chelsea are working on as they attempt to rebuild towards their title-winning ways.
"I think Frank is clever, he knew what he needed to be able to win and compete against big teams and you need experience".
"And also that they have very young players, English players, I think that's very nice". Hopefully we can have many successes.
"I'm very aware that a club like Chelsea, even though we had a transfer ban, even though the year was hard, expectations are going to go up hugely", Lampard told The High Performance Podcast. For me it is a new country, a new culture and it is hard maybe in the first two or three weeks, but then I think I just want to play football and have fun with the boys.