Frank Lampard has reportedly put six players up for sale as he looks to raise funds in order to sign Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen.The German playmaker is understood to be a key target for Chelsea, with the 21-year-old keen to sit down with the Bundesliga side to discuss his future.Havertz looks set to leave the club in the summer after his team-mate Wendell claimed he “dreams” of playing in the Premier League.Watch European Football with beIN SPORTS and ESPN on Kayo. New to Kayo? Get your 14-day free trial & start streaming instantly >Reds back in vogue, City down2:47And Chelsea have been handed a boost in their pursuit of signing the midfielder after his boss Peter Bosz admitted he could be sold before August.Havertz was the youngest ever goalscorer at Leverkusen before Florian Wirtz stole his crown but is also the youngest player to clock up 50 and 100 league appearances in the German top-flight.But in order to land the £90million-rated ($A161m) star, Chelsea will have to offload a number of players, with Lampard said to have deemed six squad members as surplus to requirements.According to the Express, the likes of Michy Batshuayi, Marcos Alonso, Danny Drinkwater, Tiemoue Bakayoko and Kenedy could all be heading out.Kai Havertz is on Chelsea’s wishlist. (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images)Source: Getty ImagesAnd they also state that Italian left-back Emerson Palmieri looks increasingly likely to leave with Inter Milan looking to bring him back to Serie A.Havertz’s proposed Chelsea move appears to be edging closer after Leverkusen’s managing Rudi Voller insisted the player can leave if a club meets their demands.He told Bild: “We have an agreement – if it fits, he can go this summer.Chelsea back in the top four1:27“As of now, he is a player of ours. We have our ideas, we know what he can do.“I personally hope that he stays one more year. Of course, you can’t force anyone.“Havertz knows what he owes to his colleagues, the fans and club.”This article first appeared on The Sunand was reproduced with permission.