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How Thomas Tuchel Could Help Kai Havertz Regain His Form

Kai Havertz is one of the big signings made by Chelsea during last season, the German international found it tough when he moved from the Bundesliga to the English Premier League.

His performance improved towards the end of the 2020/2021 season, Havertz played important role in Chelsea winning the UEFA Champions League.

He scored the lone goal in the final of the European competition against Manchester City.

Many expected the German footballer to have a better outing in the league for the 2021/2022 season.

He is now familiar with the terrain of the league and has played several matches with the players at Chelsea.

Kai Havertz's performance has been average, he has not been effective as one of the playmakers in the 3-4-2-1 formation. 

The decision of Thomas Tuchel to leave Havertz out of the EPL match against Southampton shows that he needs to get back to his best to regain his spot in the starting eleven of the team.

Kai Havertz is a young player with huge potentials, he has the talent to become a top star at Stamford Bridge. Due to the level competition at Chelsea, Kai Havertz may be relegated to the bench as there are several dependable options available to Thomas Tuchel.

The German tactician, Thomas Tuchel, could help Havertz to regain his form if he plays Havertz in his preferred position.

He is an attacking midfielder who plays better when occupying the right-side of the frontline. He is comfortable on the field when he has the freedom to drift around the final third against an opposing team.

He has good ball control and decent dribbling ability that could make him a valuable addition to the attacking frontline of Chelsea. Kai Havertz may need to improve physically to become established in the English Premier League.

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