Havertz was an unused substitute in Germany's 1-1 draw with Spain in the Nations League on Thursday, with Low not playing him due to his Chelsea transfer not being completed at that point.More news: Australian government to fund CSL's (ASX:CSL) manufacture of covid vaccine
"Kai was torn. Kai would have been good for us in the second half against Spain, but I also knew his situation", said Low.
His arrival follows that of fellow Germany global Timo Werner, as well as Hakim Ziyech, Ben Chilwell, Thiago Silva and Malang Sarr. "For everyone else, I'll wait for training", said Low. On the club's official website, the exec said that they are happy to have an "exciting and dynamic" player with a "proven pedigree" in one of the most competitive leagues in Europe. They are now one of the big players. Also that Chelsea have very young players and English players and that is very nice and a big project.
According to Sky Sports, Chelsea have paid €85m (£75.8m) for Kai Havertz to make the 21-year-old their most expensive player ever ahead of goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga.More news: Over 40 new COVID-19 cases reported in Australia's Victoria
"I think he is a very humble person and a great guy and I can't wait to play with him and learn from him". Before a ball was kicked previous year, securing a top-four finish was regarded as a great achievement for Chelsea.
"For me it is a new country, a new culture and it is hard maybe in the first two or three weeks, but then I think I just want to play football and have fun with the boys".
'He was very offensive like me and he loves to score goals, and I love to score goals as well so I think he will help me a lot in my position.More news: Novak Djokovic disqualified from the US Open