Kai Havertz has revealed his “big ambition” in Chelsea, with the German representative hoping to close the 2020-21 season with a trophy in his hands, as he has not yet had one in his hands.
During his last season at Bayer Leverkusen, the 21-year-old entered a great distance from the trophies, as in Germany they were usually won by Bayern Munich.
Havertz’s move to Stamford Bridge has not gone as planned, as he has not yet justified the milionë 70million price, but Thomas Tuchel’s team is looking to win trophies and meet fan and owner expectations.
Havertz spoke to Chelsea’s official website ahead of the FA Cup quarter-final clash with Sheffield United on Sunday, saying he wanted to close the season with trophies.
“It’s a big ambition of mine to win a trophy at Chelsea,” Havertz told the Blues’ official website.
“When you play for Chelsea you always want to win trophies. “We are in a very good position, but we have a long way to go.”
“We have to enter every match as if it were a final. “There is no second chance, we have to win this game to advance to the next round.”
“We hope we have a good day on Sunday and move on to the next round,” the German star concluded. / Telegraphy /