Former Tottenham Hotspur striker, Garth Crooks, has urged Chelsea manager, Graham Potter, to pair Kai Havertz and Armando Broja together in his team’s attack line.
This is coming after both Havertz and Broja scored a goal each in Chelsea’s Premier League 3-0 win against Wolves over the weekend.
In his ‘Team of the Week’ column on BBC, Crooks discussed the idea of Potter using two strikers in his system going forward, adding that he would make Manchester City and other Premier League teams think.
Crooks said, “If Chelsea are still looking for a number nine, I think they might have found him if they are bold enough. Kai Havertz is starting to find himself in top-flight football.
“With two goals for Germany against England recently, he’s also starting to find the back of the net in his club colours as well. Havertz looks altogether much more composed around the goal these days.”
“So too is Armando Broja. The Albania forward looks particularly comfortable at Stamford Bridge these days and I wonder if Graham Potter would consider playing them as a pair. It would certainly give teams something to think about. Perhaps even Manchester City.”
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