Struggling Arsenal star signs a lucrative new contract

Kai Havertz’s recent struggles on the pitch haven’t deterred him from securing new lucrative contracts.

The German midfielder made a move to Arsenal in the last transfer window but has yet to come close to meeting expectations at the club. While some Gooners may doubt his worthiness in their squad, he has the backing of his manager and is expected to remain for an extended period.

Arsenal is performing well despite Havertz’s poor form, and he continues to enjoy endorsements off the pitch. The Sun has reported that he recently signed a new long-term, lucrative deal with PUMA, which includes wearing their boots and fulfilling other brand-related responsibilities.

The attacking midfielder said after signing the deal:

“Growing up in Germany PUMA has always been an iconic brand with some of the greatest players ever wearing their products.

“PUMA has always been an innovative brand when it comes to football boots and the way they work with athletes.

“When I met with the team and discussed plans for the future, I knew this was the right fit for me.”

Just Arsenal Opinion

Havertz has not made a good start to his spell on our books, but that does not change the fact that he remains one of our top players in terms of talent.

Hopefully, he will eventually hit top form and show why we added him to our squad.


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  1. Back to his old stumping ground on Saturday, this may just be what the doctor ordered for the big German.

  2. Puma is not the best for players who are into crisp passing or shooting, Nike remains the best in that aspect followed by New Balance and under armour. anyways his choice not mine, hopefully it works for the best for him and us in turn therefore.

    1. He should be happy he is not having to buy his own shoes. This Guy hasn’t been good since he came to England

      1. Please don’t be silly,for that boy is great and i wonder what really people want from him. Havertz is a great player and we are yet to see great surprises from him.Kerp an eye on him.

  3. This is not about positive brand exposure or representation. It’s Germany making sure it’s money stays at home. Just as an example, Martinelli would sell 10x more puma cleats than Havertz, any day. But again that’s not the company’s primary focus.
    In any case we will boo Havertz whether he’s in pumas or adidas, because he’s still going to be sluggish, making the boots look heavy on his slender frame.

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