For Mount in particular, he enjoyed an impressive debut season in the Premier League and broke into the England squad. "For me it is a dream come true to play in a big club like Chelsea and I can't wait to meet all the players and the trainers", Havertz told the Chelsea website.
"I think it is very exciting because Chelsea has very young players and I know some of the players like Timo [Werner] and Toni [Rudiger]", Havertz said in an interview with chelseafc.com.More news: Bangladesh: At least 18 dead following explosion at mosque in Narayanganj
"Because of Havertz, his mate Werner can play on the wings".
He scored 46 goals in 150 competitive games for Leverkusen, including 18 last season, but that was not enough to lead them back into the Champions League as they finished fifth in the Bundesliga and went out in the quarter-finals of the Europa League.More news: Jameela Jamil says Meghan Markle is a victim of ‘White Patriarchal Media’
The German global is one of the best young talents in world football and despite his age, he contributed an impressive 45 goals and 31 assists in 148 appearances since making his Leverkusen debut aged just 16. Though many heavyweights like Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Manchester United were interested in the young man, Chelsea landed him first. 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. "He is a super player".
The club won its appeal against the embargo in December but waited until the end of the 2019-20 season to spend big.
One such subject, meanwhile, came in the form of his new boss, Frank Lampard. However anyone under the impression this is a saga which has stretched out over just a few summer months are underestimating just how much effort it required to lure the 21-year-old to west London.More news: Gordon Murray T50 supercar gets truck-only S version