According to BBC Sport, Chelsea have paid Bayer Leverkusen a transfer fee of £71 million, including add-ons, in order to secure the services of the Germany global. He shifted to Stamford Bridge on Friday in a £ 70 million ($91 m) contract that included add-ons. He has proven pedigree in one of the best leagues in Europe, he plays for the German national side and he is an exciting, dynamic talent. Jan Oblak of Atletico Madrid, considered to be the world's best at the moment, is 5/1 to move to Stamford Bridge, with Aaron Ramsdale at 10/1. Replying to Falk's tweet, Tony made it clear that there is no truth to the German journalist's statement when he posted "bull" and a laughing emoji. Chelsea had and have very big players and I'm very excited to play here.
However, Chelsea's stacked midfield roster may see Mount not being included in Lampard's preferred starting XI next season.
Rice is one of the most highly-rated youngsters in British football and Chelsea are reportedly keen to lure him back to west London where he began his career after losing him to the Hammers in 2015.
Havertz is a left-footed player, who is at home as an attacking midfielder or a central forward.
Havertz, meanwhile, is approaching the pinnacle of his career.
The former midfielder has signed six players ahead of the new campaign, with reports indicating there will be one or two more arrivals.
Making his breakthrough at the age of 17, Havertz started the 2016-17 Season with Leverkusen's under-19 team.
In his first interview with Chelsea, Havertz admitted that he will be focusing on scoring goals as he and Lampard share the same mentality on the pitch.
"Of course he had a big impact on my decision because I loved him as a player and watched him very often, and I think I can learn from him now he is a manager as well".