Chelsea sign Kai Havertz: The Bundesliga's video tribute to German star is amazing

Kai Havertz has officially joined Chelsea from Bayer Leverkusen

Chelsea have completed the signing of Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen.

The German international was officially announced as a Blues player late yesterday evening in a deal reportedly worth around £72m.

Havertz established himself as one of the world's most exciting young players with Leverkusen, scoring 36 goals and notching 25 assists in 118 Bundesliga games for the club.

In the 2019/20 season alone, the 21-year-old scored 12 goals in just 30 league games, adding another four in his five Europa League outings.

Havertz is also capable of playing in a variety of different positions. If Chelsea need him to, the German can operate out wide or as a loan striker.

Havertz at Stamford Bridge

Frank Lampard has signed an absolute gem and the Bundesliga have tweeted out a video tribute to the former Leverkusen man showcasing his best moments in the division.

After watching footage of Havertz tearing up the German top-flight, it's hard not to think that Chelsea have signed a superstar in the making.

What. A. Player.

The guy scores a multitude of different goals and possesses an array of skill moves with which to fool opposing defenders.

Havertz is Chelsea's sixth major signing of the summer, with Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech, Thiago Silva, Ben Chilwell and Malang Sarr all arriving at Stamford Bridge.

It's a transfer window that has many believing Lampard's side will challenge Liverpool and Manchester City for the Premier League title in 2020/21.

Lampard and Havertz

A front four of Havertz, Werner, Ziyech and American star Christian Pulisic is a terrifying prospect on paper for rival clubs.

Goals, creativity and skill, it's an attacking quartet more than capable of taking Chelsea back to the very top of world football.

However, the Blues' success in 2020/21 will depend heavily on how the likes of Havertz, Werner and Ziyech adjust to the harsh demands of English football.

If they struggle to adapt quickly, a Premier League title challenge may be a stretch too far for Chelsea this time around.

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