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Arsene Wenger gives his opinion on Kai Havertz first season at Chelsea FC.

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Arsene Wenger gives his opinion on Kai Havertz first season at Chelsea FC

The former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is lining Kai Havertz to grow into a key player at Chelsea FC in the subsequent seasons.

The German forward originally made something of a slow start to life at Stamford Bridge after moving to the southwest London club from Bayer Leverkusen in last year’s summer signing.

However, the German international star seemed to find his feet in the second part of the season and he marked his value to the current Thomas Tuchel team when he scored the triumphant goal in last month’s Champions League final win over Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City.

The 21-year-old scored eight goals in all competitions for Chelsea FC in his first period at the club and he will be awaiting to push on in the coming campaign under Thomas Tuchel.


Former Arsenal boss Wenger acknowledges that he was astonished by Havertz’s slow start in London but he feels that the Germany international has a very promising prospect ahead of him at Stamford Bridge.

“I believe that Havertz was very disappointing at the start,” Wenger told beIN SPORTS.

“I liked him and I was quite amazed how much trouble he had at the start to settle.

“He adjusted, adapted, he came back, he suffered, he spent his period on the bench and came back again.

“To me, he is a very promising player. I would bet on him for the future.”

Chelsea FC will now focus on the summer transfer window and the players they could look to bring in before Tuchel’s first full campaign in charge.

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