Arsenal fans should expect to see a new reborn Kai Havertz from now on

Fans will hope a rebirth of Havertz

Arsenal’s summer signing Kai Havertz finally opened his Gunners account with a goal against struggling Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium.

Mikel Arteta’s side made a Premier League match look as if it was a training session, as his side eased past their opponent by scoring four goals.

This win not just put Arsenal within touching distance of the leaders and current Premier League champions Man City but it also gave Havertz an opportunity to finally introduce himself properly.

Since his switch from London rivals Chelsea, the German has failed to impress the majority of Arsenal fans who have witnessed his performances at the Emirates Stadium.

He has often looked like a person stranded on an alien planet. But the club’s faithful would now hope that Havertz’s goal gives him a new life on the red side of North London.

In the end, Arsenal have spent a whopping £65 million and it certainly comes with some weight. But how many times has a player struggled at a new club, only to find his feet after his first goal?

The answer is: several.

The former Chelsea man seemed to have lost his place to Fabio Vieira, who has massively impressed lately. Many fans would have questioned Arteta’s decision to start Havertz over the Portuguese.

But many won’t have any complaints after the game. However, despite scoring a goal, the 24-year-old midfielder did not make any major impact on the game and there are several things that need ironing out. He still does not look like a player who can come up with something special.

But as they say. “hope is a big thing,” the club’s faithful will certainly be riding on that exact thing, until Havertz is a lad from their club, donning the iconic red and white jersey.

This embodies the essence of our club: supporting the players in their lows, just as the players lift the club when the fortunes are reversed.

Writer – Yash Bisht


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  1. Stop hyping him up and let him just find his mojo. Let’s not forget he lost his confidence after leaving Bayer. And it’s not his fault MA/Edu paid the unbelievable fee for him.

    1. It is his fault. We need players with strength of character, not wimps. Terrible signing….holding our football back

  2. It will take time but the match against bournemouth can be huge factor for him. Knowing teammates and fans want to see him succeed and support him, all he has to do now is give everything he can and more.


    Noodle legs won’t make it. Can we just accept he has lost his talent. He has never completed any pass under pressure in any of his matches.

    I have a theory that he is one of the reasons why we have so many injuries. Other players basically have to lunge and stretch or overcommit their bodies into an incoming stud to reach a calamity pass that he attempts 9 out of 10 times in any frigging match!

    Not only can he do nothing, he is also killing us with CALAMITY PASSES that send us into panic or cause injuries. If you think I am over reacting, watch any arsenal matches he is in for just 20mins.


  4. £65 million wasted on Havertz. West Ham got James Ward Prowse for £30 mill, Spurs got James Maddison for £40 mill. You couldn’t make it up. £65 mill down the toilet.

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