Roman Abramovich has proven his commitment to Chelsea by injecting some more cash into the Blues to complete Kai Havertz transfer deal
According to reports, the Russian has put another £7million into the club via a share issue.
It comes on the same day that the Blues owner sold his 40% stake in Highland Gold, which is valued at around $1.4 billion.
For a lot of Blues supporters, Abramovich’s commitment night never have been in doubt with the way the club are spending this summer.
Uncle Roman sticks £7m cash into Chelsea via a share issue pic.twitter.com/xbidPzBI1G
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Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech have already joined the club, while they are also being heavily linked with a move for Kai Havertz in the coming days.
Werner cost the club £47.5million, while Ziyech coming in put the Blues back around £33m.
However, Havertz is set to cost more than both of those, with Bayer Leverkusen looking to try to get at least €80m for their star man.
Frank Lampard is starting to build his squad for the future at the club, something with Abramovich is obviously keen to back.