Kai Havertz is currently one of the most promising young players in Europe today. Despite the fact that Havertz at times played as a midfielder, he has proven to be a prolific goalscorer at both Chelsea club and international levels, for the last few years.
During his first season in Chelsea, Havertz scored 9 goals with 9 assists and the other achievements is that, he has scored 2 goals in 3 appearances for Germany in the ongoing Euros 2020 competition.
However in this article, we're going to discuss two important things that Havertz should improve on, in order to stand a chance for being a star player at Chelsea in the next coming season.
Kai Havertz [Photo|Curtsey]
The tangible Havertz' improvement in his performances in the last few months, is making him to likely become the next star player at Stamford Bridge, after Eden Hazard who left for Real Madrid in 2019.
Other than his talent to become a world-class player, Havertz still has a lot to improve on in order to qualify for the Star player next season.
Havertz at Porto Photo Curtsey
Below are the 2 things Havertz should improve on to become a world-class player.
Agility and Physique;
Havertz is an intelligent player with a good passing ability, though sometimes he easily loses the ball to his rivals, hence to become a world-class player, he needs to improve his agility and physique. This will improve his goal scoring and will enable him to provide more assists for his teammates.
His shot power;
Tuchel at times used Havertz as a striker last season and he has been performing well in the strikers' position at both club and international level, but for more goals, Havertz must improve his shot power to enable him to score more goals from any angle of the pitch.
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