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  • Updated: February 27, 2024

Three impressive qualities Kai Harvertz brings to Emirate Stadium for Arsenal

Three impressive qualities Kai Harvertz brings to Emirate St

Arsenal star Kai Harvertz would be on show for his side as they look to make the most of the season possibly with silverware this time.

And it’s worthy for us to recall the signing of Kai Harvertz to Arsenal in the summer as the London side have huge hope and expectation during the time of his acquisition.

Harvertz is a proven player as a full German international and his signing came with joy among the Arsenal supporters.

He’s been a source of hope to the Arsenal side as Allnews.ng reveals some of the major quality he brings on board to his side as the season continues to evolve.

Winning mentality

The German star Harvertz is a winning player as he has won trophy with his former London side Chelsea.

He was crucial to his Chelsea side winning a record second UEFA Champions League trophy in May 2021.

In the final match against Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City, he scored the winning goal to seal a 1-0 win which handed Chelsea the European crown at the expense of their fellow English competitor.

With that experience he can offer the same winning push to Arsenal as they look to overturn the deficit they suffered against Portuguese giants FC Porto in UEFA Champions League in midweek.

Immense Creativity

Harvertz’s playing style is similar to his compatriot Mesut Ozil who has played for Arsenal in time past when he (Ozil) joined Arsenal from Spanish giants Real Madrid.

The two Germans are noted for their creativity amid the football made easy type the likes of Santi Cazorla and Jack Wilshere brought to Arsenal some seasons ago.

His quality is expected to drive Arsenal’s season to a greater height as he knows how to make difficult thing look easy with a touch of his quality on the ball.

Team Versatility

German star Kai Harvertz is notable for his ability to play in different positions and perform in aplomb for the respective sides he’s played for.

At Chelsea he was used as a Number 9, while he could also feature at the wings (either one) as well.

And at some point he could also feature among the midfield three notably behind the main striker of the team.

Though he’s a flexible player, his best position is to play behind the striker as he’s got the eye for that killer (final) pass into the opposition’s box.

 

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