Havertz unfazed by 'normal' £70m price tag after moving to Chelsea to live his 'childhood dream'

Havertz unfazed by 'normal' £70m price tag after moving to Chelsea to live his 'childhood dream'

Havertz unfazed by 'normal' £70m price tag after moving to Chelsea to live his 'childhood dream' The attacking midfielder addressed his cost, best position and what it means to move to a new league ahead of his side's match against Liverpool Kai Havertz thinks the £70 million ($91m) deal that Chelsea secured to sign him from Bayer Leverkusen won't weigh heavy on his mind, and says it was his long-term desire to play in the Premier League. The 21-year-old joined Chelsea a fortnight ago after long negotiations that eventually led to the Blues paying an initial £62m ($79m). Overall, the fee fell just short of the club's £72m ($92m) transfer record, paid for Kepa Arrizabalaga in 2018. Despite long-held interest from Bayern Munich and Real Madrid, the two clubs couldn't compete with the Blues who have gone on to spend around £200m ($252m) on five transfers this summer, to the envy of their rivals. At his unveiling to the UK media, Havertz believes that his game won't be affected by discussions around the fee Chelsea paid to secure his services. "Of course, it's a big price tag, but I think in football today it is normal to pay these prices," Havertz said. "For me I will not put a lot of pressure on myself because I think I am doing not the best or the worst because the price tag is that high. "I am trying to focus on football and trying to play my best football here in ...
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