Chelsea’s Kai Havertz sends title warning to Liverpool after transfer

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Former Liverpool linked player Kai Havertz has warned the Reds he has joined Premier League rivals Chelsea to win titles. The 21-year-old, who set Londoners’ record by signing a deal that could possibly be worth as much as £ 89million, was one of the Bundesliga’s brightest young talents alongside Bayer Leverkusen, ensuring that some of the biggest names in European football – including the Reds – were linked to his signing.

However, despite Anfield legends such as Jan Molby suggesting that the attacking midfielder could be the perfect fit for Jurgen Klopp’s side, like Timo Werner, another German international whose name had also been linked with Liverpool, Havertz ended up at Stamford Bridge.

After being under a transfer embargo last summer, Frank Lampard’s side have been spending spree this summer with compatriots Havertz and Werner, joined by Ben Chilwell, Hakim Ziyech, Thiago Silva and Malang Sarr as Owner Roman Abramovich has once again released the purse strings in an attempt to restore the club’s fortunes.

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Liverpool may have won the Premier League title with a record seven games left last season – thanks to Chelsea’s victory over Manchester City – but Havertz insists he came to Stamford Bridge in the hope to obtain the highest honors and that he has set his sights on his goal. fighting against the crown of reds.

He told the club’s website: “Chelsea have always been a great club and I remember all the great players who have played for the club.

“For me this is a very big step and I will do my best to help the team.

“It’s a very big step for me; a new country, a new country.

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“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 will do my best so that we can achieve these things.

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