The former footballer opened up about Kai Havertz and his work with Chelsea in the past.
Glen Johnson, former England right-back Chelsea German striker Kai Havertz opens up on criticism Praying. That the quality is not up to the level and not worth playing in the Premier League. And the Singha team should be sold. When the summer transfer window opens.
Havertz moved from Bayer Leverkusen to Stamford Bridge for a modest £62 million and went on to impress with Manchester City’s deadly goal. The 2021 UEFA Champions League final. However, the 23-year-old’s goalscoring figures have dropped significantly this season. Despite often taken stand in front target. But only scored 9 goals out of 39 games.
Havertz has also criticized by many media outlets as well. From poor form in the latter Wasted opportunities and poor finishes Until he couldn’t shoot for 3 matches and Chelsea also couldn’t win in the last 3 league games.
Most recently, Johnson, who also played for Chelsea, said: “I know he (Havertz) has done some good work and won major trophies with the team. But if you think that while keeping him in the team Or would it be better to keep Mason Mount? I’d pick Mount without a second thought.”
“Havertz is a good player. But I don’t think he fits. Premier League”
“Everything he did was slow and lethargic. which although he is a highly technical player But it’s only useful if you’re playing for a big team in the Bundesliga where you can do everything according to the system. and have more time to play with the ball.”
“I still think he can play well again if he returns to Germany, so if Chelsea want to sell one of the top players in the summer. I think it should be him
“The wins and goals scored I hope it gives us confidence. It was an important victory. We must continue to win. we want points We will do our best for the upcoming games.”
“He (Graham Potter) gave me the freedom to play with me. Which does whatever I feel comfortable on the pitch. I like playing free and in the box. He gave me a lot of confidence.”
The result of that match resulted in Chelsea accumulating 24 points from 15 kick-offs, ranking 8th in the table on the top-four area with 6 points, but with 1 remaining game in hand.