Kai Haverts Finally Tells New Manager Graham Potter His Best Position For Chelsea

Kai Havertz has shared his thoughts on where his preferred position is. He says it s not important to him where he plays, as long as he can help the team.

“My position is not that important to me,” he explained. “Of course, it’s a bit harder for me as the number 10 because I’ve actually only played center-forward at Chelsea for the past year-and-a-half and those are two completely different roles.

“Whether I play in the number 10, nine, or on the right flank, I want to help the team and justify the coach’s trust. I can put myself in any position.”

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The German has been on devastating form since the new season going on a goal contribution drought. Havertz is currently with the German national team for their last round of Uefa Nations League group stage games and will be hoping to impress the new manager Graham Potter when the campaign restarts.

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