Kai Havertz’s time at Arsenal hasn’t gotten off to the best of starts.
Since joining the north London club, the German has found it challenging to have any kind of influence. Since moving to the Emirates, he has not recorded a single goal or assist, and the supporters are growing impatient.
While Havertz’s fans are becoming weary of him, the club isn’t yet ready to give up on the former Chelsea player.
Indeed, according to Fabrizio Romano’s article for Caught Offside, Mikel Arteta and the Arsenal board are supporting their player and intend to defend Kai Havertz since they believe he may be a key player for the Gunners in the future.
Arsenal defending Havertz.
Romano revealed his knowledge about Havertz.
The message from the team and the coaching staff, as well as those close to Mikel Arteta and the board, is that they will safeguard Kai Havertz, according to Romano. “Of course, it was not an easy beginning of the season for the player,” he added.
Although it wasn’t entirely simple for Havertz to adjust to new tactics, approaches, and a new manner of playing because Arsenal was so good last season, the team is utterly confident in him. They spent a lot of money on him because they think he’s a key player with talent and promise for the future. Of course, as I previously indicated, Kai Havertz did not have an easy August or September, but the Gunners will continue to play with him. They are ready to battle together and there is no drama or worry.
How much time?
Although Arsenal is still using Kai Havertz, we must ponder how long this experiment can last.
The German has simply not performed well enough this season, and if his form doesn’t improve soon, we have to assume that he will be replaced by Fabio Vieira, who has looked tremendously promising when he has played this season, very soon.
There is little doubt that Havertz needs to get better if he hopes to remain on the squad.