Leeds United legend, Jermaine Beckford, has proposed to Chelsea administrator Thomas Tuchel the best situation to play Kai Havertz in the Blues crew.
Beckford accepts Tuchel was involving Havertz in some unacceptable situation for enormous spells of last season.
As indicated by him, the best situation for Tuchel to play the Germany worldwide is the No.10 job.
Havertz, who has burned through two seasons at Chelsea, is a flexible assailant that separates assessment.
He was conveyed in a bogus nine situation in the last part of the time by Tuchel, especially when Romelu Lukaku was battling for minutes and certainty on the pitch.
Havertz wound up with 14 objectives and six helps across all contests for Tuchel’s side last season.
“With Kai Havertz, I am a tremendous admirer of his. I don’t think he is worked to be a number nine. That isn’t his normal position,” Beckford told talkSPORT.
“That isn’t where we see the best of him. He works better while he’s working close by someone or as a number 10.”