Germany manager Joachim Low has revealed he will start Chelsea record signing in the friendly match against Turkey on Wednesday night in Cologne.
Havertz was allowed to miss Germany’s last match to enable him to complete his transfer to Chelsea.
Now that he has settled down, Low can’t want wait to unleash the 21-year-old.
“Kai Havertz is a player that improves the technical side of our game,” he said during his press conference this afternoon.
“He has already played several games and will definitely start tomorrow. When I call up players, they rightly have hopes to be picked.
“I will discuss the exact team with my coaching staff this evening because not all of the players were able to train yesterday. Today will be the first full training session together.
“I spoke with the goalkeepers – Bernd Leno will start tomorrow. Emre Can, Matthias Ginter, Antonio Rüdiger and Julian Draxler are all players who have been with us for a while now and they need to help guide the younger players.
“They need to take on an increasing amount of responsibility. Kai Havertz is a player that improves the technical side of our game. He has already played several games and will definitely start tomorrow.”
Kai Havertz joined Chelsea from Bayer Leverkusen on a 5-year deal for £70m this summer.