Chelsea forward Kai Havertz looks to have used team-mate Mason Mount as inspiration for his new hair cut as German forward goes short for the rest of the season and Ben Chilwell jokes the pair now look like 'twins'
- Kai Havertz revealed his new haircut on Instagram and posed with Mason Mount
- Havertz looks to have copied Mount's hairstyle for the rest of the season
- Chelsea team-mate Ben Chilwell joked that the two now look like 'twins'
- The Blues play Leicester on Thursday then host relegated Watford on Sunday
The German forward, 22, posed with the English midfielder, 23, and the similarity between the two prompted team-mate Ben Chilwell to describe the pair as 'twins'.
Both Mount and Havertz had previously sported longer cuts, but with the hot summer months approaching, both have now gone for a shorter look.
Ben Chilwell teased the pair after Kai Havertz seemed to have copied Mason Mount's haircut
Chelsea now look ahead to their final two games of the Premier League season, hosting Leicester on Thursday before welcoming already-relegated Watford to Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
The Blues will look to finish the season on a high, after winning just two games out of their last seven, including Saturday's penalty shoot-out defeat to Liverpool in the FA Cup final.
Havertz faces a late fitness test before the match against Leicester, while Mount will be hoping to bounce back after missing a crucial sudden-death penalty on Saturday.
Havertz and Mount have managed a combined 26 goals and 22 assists in all competitions
The Stamford Bridge club's defensive frailties were further highlighted with Blues defender Andreas Christensen declaring himself unavailable before that crucial FA Cup final against Liverpool - Chelsea's second in four months.
As a result they have made the signing of Jules Kounde, 24, from Sevilla a priority once Todd Boehly's £4.25billion takeover bid is accepted and UK Government sanctions end.
According to GOAL.com reports, Chelsea had agreed a deal last year to bring Kounde to the club, but the move collapsed over the fee Sevilla demanded and the late timing of discussions.
But with Sevilla now keen on making the deal happen, and the departures of Christensen and Antonio Rudiger to Barcelona and Real Madrid respectively, the deal looks all the more imperative to Chelsea's fortunes.
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