Kai Havertz has claimed that he needs more time to adapt to the pattern of play in the Premier League following his Â£75.8million price tag. The German midfielder made his debut for the Blues in the 3-1 over Brighton could not justify his hefty price tag at the AMEX Stadium. But the 21-year -old admitted that he was not at his best but insisted that he needs time to get things going in the English topflight division. Kai Havertz says he's not under pressure to meet his Â£75.8m tag. Photo Credit: Getty Images Source: Getty Images "Of course, it's a big price tag, but I think in football today it is normal to pay these prices," he said during a press conference on Thursday.
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