Havertz and Timo Werner faced difficulties at the start of the season, having inconsistency problems in front of goal.

Werner, Havertz with teammates celebrating ucl victory .

However, they’ve both ended the season in the most phenomenal way, playing vital roles in the Champion League campaign.

Havertz in particular made a brilliant stepped-up towards the end of the season and making a historical impact in the UCL final match against Manchester City- scoring the match-winning goal for Thomas Tuchel side.

The good news continues;

Chelsea spent arguably £120m to land Kai Havertz and Timo Werner, the duo’s estimated transfer value has surged, which is certainly a healthy thing for the club.

Havertz now has a transfer value of around £100m (£99m), while Werner is reportedly valued around £93m – a figure that is more than £40 million more than what they paid for him 12 months ago.

That is according to the CIES Football Observatory algorithm, which also estimates that teammate Mason Mount is the most valuable player currently playing in England’s capital.

Chelsea have no intention of selling Werner and Havertz at the moment.

Obviously, Havertz, Mount and Werner are likely to continue to be key players for Tuchel.