Liam Brady is an esteemed figure in the Arsenal community. Brady recently shared his thoughts on Kai Havertz‘s performance in a match against Tottenham Hotspur. It was during an appearance on ‘The Stand with Eamon Dunphy’. Brady’s comments have sparked a discussion about the role of Havertz in the team. And also about Mikel Arteta‘s decision to bring him to Arsenal.
Brady expressed his surprise at Havertz‘s style of play in the match, raising questions about his adaptation to Arsenal’s system. He pointed out that Havertz appeared somewhat tall and clumsy on the field. He often drifted without displaying the level of energy and dynamism, expected from a player of his caliber. Additionally, Brady noted that Havertz was not frequently engaging in tackles or making decisive moves in the opponent’s box. These observations led Brady to express uncertainty about whether Havertz’s signing was a wise investment by Arteta.
Havertz criticism after 65 million signing
It’s worth mentioning that Havertz has faced criticism before, even during his time at Chelsea. However, constructive criticism can serve as a catalyst for improvement. Furthermore, Arteta seems committed to supporting the £65 million signing as he continues to adapt to the club’s playing style. Arsenal fans may draw parallels between Havertz’s polarizing reception and that of Mesut Ozil during his time at the Emirates.
Despite the valid points raised by Brady, it’s essential to exercise patience and allow Havertz time to settle into Arsenal. The Premier League season is still in its early stages, with only six games played. While Arsenal have encountered a few recent draws, there are reasons for optimism. Havertz may not have fully adapted to his new surroundings yet, but there’s significant potential for him to succeed at the club. The keys to unlocking his full potential in an Arsenal jersey may very well be patience and time.
Liam Brady’s remarks on Kai Havertz’s performance and Mikel Arteta’s decision to bring him to Arsenal have stirred up discussions. Valid concerns were raised, but it’s important to remember that player adaptation is a gradual process. Arsenal supporters will be hoping that Havertz eventually proves his worth.
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