Arsenal have found themselves in the middle of a controversy classifying the signing of Kai Havertz, who arrived from Chelsea for an estimated €65 million, as a mistake, facing numerous criticisms for his performance after a promising start to the preseason.
Despite leaving a positive impression during warm-up matches, Havertz has struggled to prove himself in competitive matches. The young midfielder, considered one of Arsenal‘s most notable acquisitions, has only managed to register one goal and one assist in a total of 16 appearances in all competitions, resulting in constant criticism for this reason.
Toney, the savior of the Gunner forward
This situation has led to speculation that the large sum invested in Havertz could have been used more effectively to reinforce a more urgent position in the team, such as that of English forward Ivan Toney, whose price of 100 million is inadmissible by the team. Londoner will look for a formula to get the Brentford player, which could be a serious setback for the German attacker.