‘He shouldn’t be starting games for Arsenal,He kills Arsenal attacks, Arteta will not know this now till they bottle the league again’: Tim Sherwood suggests 24-year-old shouldn’t be starting for Arsenal again after what happened against WestHam

Mikel Arteta is alternating his nine as Gabriel Jesus of Arsenal is out with an injury.

It’s been a recurring theme since the former Manchester City player joined the team, but it’s also given others an opportunity to start with that lineup.

Furthermore, Kai Havertz, who has come under fire since making the headline-grabbing move from Chelsea to Arsenal in the summer, has been utilized in the hotly contested number nine spot.

On December 02, 24 at 5:10 p.m., Tim Sherwood informed Premier League Productions that the 24-year-old simply “shouldn’t be starting in that position” because, in his words, “he hasn’t done it” when given the chance.

The German played in the middle of the field as Arsenal defeated Liverpool 3-1 in the Premier League. Alisson Becker denied his one-on-one chance, which set up Bukayo Saka’s goal off the rebound in the opening minute.

Since then, the versatile attacker has kept his place in the starting lineup, but on Sunday, Leandro Trossard took his place.

And to the utter delight of every Arsenal fan, they annihilated West Ham United 6-0, with a goal from Leandro Trossard.

Tim Sherwood feels that Kai Havertz “drifts through games” when he plays in front of the crowd, so he’s not the answer.

Kai Havertz is ranked ninth.
“Havertz, for me, hasn’t done it when he has played there,” Sherwood said in reference to Havertz’s position as a number nine. “I think he’s capable. He strolls around the arena.

The Premier League triumph of Kai Havertz
Even before Havertz set foot in the Emirates, his transfer caused a great deal of controversy, with many questioning why he was signed.

In the end, all the answers are revealed only when the final ball of the season is kicked.

That will be enough to put an end to his critics if Arsenal and Havertz are lifting the Premier League trophy.

However, if the Gunners lose again, he will be held accountable for some of his transfer decisions, much like Arteta did with David Raya and Aaron Ramsdale.

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