The Chelsea coaching staff is aware that Kai Havertz is being positioned incorrectly by Graham Potter.
The Blues recruiting team is aware that Havertz is not a true center-forward, according to The Athletic.
Chelsea reportedly failed to sign a well-known striker during the January transfer window due primarily to a lack of time.
According to The Athletic, finding a new No. 9 is a “top priority” for the summer, although
It’s fortunate that Chelsea officials don’t consider Havertz to be the team’s primary striker in the long run.
The legendary Thierry Henry even praised the 23-year-old German’s play in the Champions League victory on Tuesday over Borussia Dortmund.
Although it is not Havertz’s natural position to lead the line, Potter has put his trust in him this season.
Instead of having his back to the goal, the £150,000 per week attacker is far more productive when he goes into open areas and participates in the build-up.
Maybe from now until the conclusion of the season, he can put up some more performances like this one.
Havertz is incredibly talented on an individual level, as he demonstrated against Dortmund.
But will Potter be able to include him in his starting Eleven for the upcoming season?
Since moving to west London, Chelsea’s head coach has developed a strong fondness for the German international, and as a result, he has given him numerous chances to succeed.
We think his most recent European performance won’t be enough to win over supporters.