Kai Havertz is a striker/attacking midfielder but he wears an unusual number, donning the No.29 jersey.
Usually, players in his position would love to wear the prestigious No.9, 10 or 11 jerseys. In a social media Q&A session, the German international revealed why he chose his number.
“Me and my brother used to use the number 29 when we created ourself on FIFA05,” Havertz writes.
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Kai Havertz is expected to be the starting striker for Chelsea next season as Romelu Lukaku left for Inter on loan for the next season.
The German has been instrumental to Chelsea since arriving from Bundesliga side Leverkusen in the summer of 2020, winning the Champions League, Club World Cup, and Uefa Super Cup with Chelsea so far.