Lining up in an unfavoured position on the right side of the Blues attack, the £70m man didn’t have the brightest of debuts against Brighton
All eyes were on Chelsea and the debuts of Germany international duo Timo Werner and Kai Havertz. While one had a bright Premier League debut at Brighton on Monday night, the other struggled.
The pair cost over £100 million ($107m) this summer; Havertz’s £70m ($75m) deal after add-ons has made him the Blues’ second most expensive signing of all time after beleaguered goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga.

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