“He’s getting worse, now slows down Arsenal attack, probably why Saka and Martinelli doesn’t score plenty” – TalkSport Pundit blasts Gunners tells Mikel Arteta not to build his attack around star player who has left him unimpressed

“He’s getting worse, now slows down Arsenal attack, probably why Saka and Martinelli doesn’t score plenty” – TalkSport Pundit blasts Gunners tells Mikel Arteta not to build his attack around star player who has left him unimpressed

Arsenal defeated Burnley 3-1 in the Premier League at the Emirates Stadium in North London.

Gabby Agbonlahor has weighed in on Arsenal and Germany international Kai Havertz.

Havertz, who joined Arsenal from Chelsea in the summer transfer window, has not impressed the former Aston Villa striker and talkSPORT analyst.

What did Gabby Agbonlahor have to say about Arsenal midfielder Kai Havertz?

Let us investigate.

What is the backstory?

Kai Havertz isn’t having a good season at Arsenal, and he struggled again this weekend.

Arsenal defeated Burnley 3-1 in the Premier League at the Emirates Stadium in North London.

Havertz began the game and played for 59 minutes.

The Germany international has struggled for Arsenal all season, and he failed to impress against Burnley.

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The midfielder had two shots, none of which were on target, one critical pass, a pass accuracy of 77.3%, three headers, 31 touches, and one cross.

Havertz also failed to capitalize on a free header.

This season, the midfielder has made eight Premier League starts and four substitute appearances for Arsenal, scoring one goal and providing one assist.

Former Aston Villa striker and talkSPORT analyst Gabby Agbonlahor says Havertz’s form is deteriorating.

On talkSPORT (6:38 p.m., November 11, 2023), Agbonlahor stated regarding Havertz: “65 million pounds.” 65 million pounds.

“He had a cross in today, and it was a free header.”

“He went down. It’s not even like it’s above you, it’s over the bar.

“There is no assurance. Attacks are slowed by him.

“He is playing in a comfort zone, and he is getting worse.”

Arsenal’s money was wasted on Kai Havertz:

Arsenal should not have bought Kai Havertz from Chelsea during the summer transfer window, in my opinion.

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Arsenal did not require Havertz, in my opinion.

The Gunners have a surplus of attacking midfielders.

The 24-year-old is most effective as an attacking midfielder or a number ten.

Martin Odegaard is Arsenal’s best number ten.

Under Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta, the Norway international attacking midfielder has made significant development.

Having said that, I believe Arsenal fans should not give up on the German star just yet.

He is, after all, only 24 years old.

Arteta has refined and developed Odegaard and Saliba, and Havertz may soon explode beneath him.

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