In advance of Arsenal vs. Man City, Pep Guardiola makes a Kai Havertz prediction

Three of Arsenal’s summer acquisitions have the support of Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, who believes they will excel in north London.


After a game, Pep Guardiola applauds Manchester City.


In advance of Arsenal vs. Man City, Pep Guardiola makes a prediction about Kai Havertz.


Pep Guardiola, the manager of Manchester City, believes that Kai Havertz and the other summer additions to Arsenal will be huge successes for the north London club.

The Gunners made significant purchases during the summer transfer window, spending over £200 million to sign Havertz, Jurrien Timber, and Declan Rice to long-term contracts. David Raya signed a loan agreement with a purchase option.


Timber, a versatile defender, appeared to be a sure thing at the Emirates Stadium after excelling in preseason play but suffering an ACL tear while making his Premier League debut in August.

While Raya has replaced Aaron Ramsdale as the team’s first-choice goalkeeper, keeping three clean sheets in his first five appearances for Mikel Arteta’s team, club-record signing Rice has been consistently reliable in midfield.


However, Havertz has had trouble adjusting since moving to Arsenal in a £65 million deal from Chelsea, at times seeming lost in a deeper midfield position similar to the one Granit Xhaka filled for Arsenal last season.

Guardiola, however, asserted that the Gunners’ hiring staff did a fantastic job in the summer, foreseeing the success of the German international.


When talking about the north Londoners’ work, Guardiola said, “The recruitment they have done is top, exceptional level of players.

Rice, Havertz, and the keeper [Raya].


“They work well together.

“City has a very strong recent record against Arsenal, having won all 12 of their league encounters.



The fact that Guardiola has never lost to the Gunners in a league match has been cited by Arteta as the reason why he is unconcerned.

Regarding the dismal track record, Arteta stated, “I think [we] can change it.


“It had been so long at Old Trafford and Stamford Bridge when I arrived here, and we had succeeded. So let’s make a change.



Unquestionably, I am aware of the opponent’s strengths.

I only focus on the requirement that we perform at our highest level for 100 minutes on Sunday.

As opposed to the rest, which is out of our control, that is what we can concentrate on and control.


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