Ex-Spurs and Man United star predicts Havertz to help Arsenal to a result against United

Arsenal versus Manchester United is the headline fixture in European football this weekend. And if there’s one player the Gooners aren’t expecting to start in that game, it is probably Kai Havertz. For the first few games, the German has been called out for failing to live up to his hefty price tag and show his natural brilliance.

While many feel it is time for Arteta to be ruthless and drop him, Premier League legend Dimitar Berbatov feels he still needs another chance. The former Manchester United striker says Havertz is a good player and should still be given the opportunity to play to show that.

Berbatov made those claims while making his predictions for the Arsenal vs. Manchester United clash, which he feels will finish in a 2-2 draw. He defends his prediction and backing of Haverts, saying on Metro, “I want to see goals and entertainment, but points are the most important. I’d like to see Kai Havertz play and see what he can really do; he has everything to prove he’s a good player. Hopefully, he can start and get involved and play his best with his passing. Although I want to see a United win, I think this will be a tricky game, and leaving the Emirates with a point won’t be bad, considering how United have done away from home recently. Prediction: 2-2.”

It is definitely time for Havertz to come good, to stop the Arsenal fans calling him all sorts of names, simply because he hasn’t yet found his best form yet.

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  1. A careful study of the German, tells me it may take him a run of some ten games in the Arsenal team to really find his footing.

    1. I might agree with you on this at least 30%, but havertz is a player i don’t like and not seeing him perform in the near future. We could have used the money to sign a good back-up for saka, and get a decent box to box midfielder.

      1. The gaffer seems to have a challenge when identifying players he hasn’t worked with before or coming from Man city.

        Think the signing of Havertz was single handedly the gaffer’s idea, this should not be so again in the future, now the German is at Arsenal he’s a officially a gooner so we have no choice but to throw our full support behind him.

        But I understand your reservations on the German, he isn’t exactly rooting up any trees

      2. We truly wasted money. The money we used to sign him and also his weekly pay which is the highest at the club. This signing will never make sense to me.

  2. First of all Havertz is too slow. He failed to prove him self to fit in arsenal first 11.We have better midfielders than him like Veira;Rowe Smith etc

  3. So a 2-2 home draw is considered “a result” by the headline writer!
    So then would another 17 home draws then be considered as”results”?!!

    I reckon that wouold be a disaster.

    So I say thats not the right word to describe a disappointing home draw only Not at all.

    No one in football ever considers a top side playing at home and getting a draw against a lesser team as a “result!” Do they PAT!
    Well only you it seems

  4. Arteta can only help havertz to contribute anything by making him play from the bench. when he starts a game there is too much pressure to perform and it’s not just happening

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