Journalist Paul Brown has named one player who could potentially be a better fit than Kai Havertz.
This young attacking midfielder has the potential to be a better fit for Chelsea under Pochettino than Kai Havertz. We all know that Kai Havertz has faced backlash over the period. His experience doesn’t match with Havertz.
Chelsea’s recent wins have shown improvement but still, they need to carry it forward. Chelsea will take on Arsenal next after the international break and it should be a big match.
Journalist Paul Brown has named one player who could potentially be a better fit than Kai Havertz. Havertz, Mateo Kovacic, Mason Mount, Kalidou Koulibaly, and Christian Pulisic made the departure from the squad.
Pochettino insisted to Blues fans that Palmer has the calibre to produce something special. He said, “We are building something and it is always up and down. We are unlucky because I think we deserved more against West Ham (a 3-1 defeat) and today (loss to Nottingham Forest) – but I have said before, it is only a matter of time. In the process when you are building a team, in an offensive situation in a game and in the intensity, you can make rash decisions and rush chances sometimes when you need to be more relaxed and more calm.”
Cole Palmer was signed for the Blues for an initial fee of £40m from Man City. The young attacking midfielder has made an impact at Stamford Bridge with one goal and two assists in six appearances.
While talking to GIVEMESPORT, Brown said, “Chelsea did have a lot of serious success with Havertz in the team, so I think it’s a little early to say that Palmer is looking better than he is. He’s got the potential to be a better fit. I think that’s a better way to look at it. Havertz was a key part of what Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea did because he liked a centre forward who drops in and gets involved in play and helps with the build up and knits things together. This Chelsea is a little bit different.”
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