However, after making an encouraging start to the 2021-22 campaign, with Havertz bagging an assist in the UEFA Super Cup final against Villarreal before opening his Premier League account for the season at Anfield, the former Bayer Leverkusen star has begun to struggle again.
Such numbers mean that that he has struggled to strike up much of a connection with Romelu Lukaku, whose own form has also come under scrutiny after going six games without a goal.
Given the price paid for Havertz, as well as that he is understood to be club’s second-highest earner behind Lukaku, the expectation should be that it is he who takes up the mantle, and there is a suggestion that some in the dressing room might agree.
Frank Lampard was considered to have pulled off quite the coup when bringing the 21-year-old playmaker to west London. A £70 million ($91m) transfer package was required to prise one of European football’s hottest prospects away from Bayer Leverkusen, with Chelsea fending off plenty of rival interest in order to get a deal done.
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