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Liverpool legend admits singing song about Arsenal player

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Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher admitted to singing ‘catchy’ song about Arsenal forward Kai Havertz.

Its still realistically possible for Arsenal to win the Premier League title with just 2 games to go. This time last season, the Gunners had already bottled the title to Manchester City. But this time around, Arteta’s side have proven that they have learnt from last season’s mistakes and they are on a mission to win the English top division after 20 long years

There are many reasons behind Arsenal being able to keep up with Treble-winners. The signing of Declan Rice has made a huge impact, so has players like William Saliba staying fit and the revival of Kai Havertz.

The German international moved to the Emirates in the summer from rivals Chelsea for a hefty transfer fee. As Jamie Carragher mentioned, he was getting ‘mocked’ by the Arsenal fans in the beginning; but now Havertz is playing a key role in his team. He is now scoring enough for his own fans to sing ‘£60 million down the drain, Kai Havertz scores again’ to the tune of Waka Waka.

Carragher admits to singing the Havertz song

The pundit said: “I think Arsenal right now defensively are as good as anyone in Europe and the world right now. They have definitely improved in 2024 compared to the first half of the campaign.

“One of the reasons that has helped this is the role of Kai Havertz. He has been mocked a little at the start of the season. You are not quite sure where he fits in. To be honest, I have never been quite sure where his best position is. He is a center-forward and he is helping Arsenal do what they are doing right now which is being so strong defensively and that’s what is giving them a great chance to win the Premier League.”

Carragher then spoke about the Havertz song. He added: “They have a great song for him, haven’t they Arsenal fans? Love it. It’s a catchy tune. I sing it now and again myself. He is having a real impact on the team and I don’t think anyone envisaged that at the start of the season.”

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