Chelsea legend fires warning to opposition defence after Chelsea’s latest signing

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Chelsea legend Pat Nevin has hailed Chelsea’s deal for Kai Havertz, and believes that the German international comes with a lot of qualities.

Nevin has hailed the deal as a ‘no-brainer’ and speaks so highly of the German. According to Nevin, Chelsea may have found the final piece of the jigsaw, after signing Hakim Ziyech, Timo Werner, Ben Chilwell, Malang Sarr and Thiago Silva.

“Some people think that building a football team is like a big complicated jigsaw puzzle,” the former Chelsea and Scotland winger said.

“Looking at the signing of Kai Havertz, Chelsea may well have just found what could be the most important piece – one that makes the entire picture make sense.

“The problem with this analogy is that our latest new kid on the block is not one single piece, he is a whole bunch of pieces that can be fitted in just about anywhere to make everything look better.

“There is another great asset, however. His youthfulness is allied to the fact he has plenty of experience squeezed into those few years.

“He comes with four first-team campaigns under his belt and also seven caps for the German national team already, as well as Champions League and Europa League experience.”

Despite being just 21, Havertz has amassed a lot of experience and is rated as one of the best players in the world among his age bracket.

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VICTOR N
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1 Comment on "Chelsea legend fires warning to opposition defence after Chelsea’s latest signing"

  1. Am pleased with what you have done now let’s wait for the outcomes

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