Kai Havertz is the only member of the Premier League (PL) Big Six to make the list of worst signings.

Football stats site WhoScored.com compiled its Best Eleven on Wednesday (July 13) by organizing PL players with low ratings by position who played at least 450 minutes. Most of them are from teams in the bottom half of the table. Burnley, who returned to the PL last season after winning the English Championship by a landslide, had the most players with four.

Jackie Amdouni, Luca Colleoso, Xander Bellerin, and James Trafford made the list. The list also includes Raul Jimenez, who hasn’t done much since joining Fulham from Wolverhampton, and Vinicius Souza, who hasn’t done much for Sheffield United. Ashley Young (Everton) is nowhere to be found, Pau Torres (Aston Villa) and Nathan Collins (Brentford) are underwhelming, and Max Aarons (Bournemouth) is also on the list.

Haberth’s name stood out. After playing for City, he was handpicked by Arteta to move to the Emirates Stadium this summer for €75 million. While he made an impact at Chelsea, his overall performances were disappointing, so the question of why the club spent such a large sum on him has been raised. There was a lot of anticipation to see how Arteta would utilize him.

He started from the opening whistle and moved around a lot. Sometimes in a free-role role in the middle of the park, sometimes up front. We hoped he would fill the void left by Granit Xhaka’s departure to Mönchengladbach and provide some help up front, but so far he hasn’t been very good. He’s not making huge mistakes in every game, but his overall performance is very disappointing. 먹튀검증

It doesn’t fit with Arteta’s style of football, which emphasizes passing and positional play, especially in the North London derby. He came on as a substitute and was sloppy with his touches, passing, and everything else. When Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal were playing at a high tempo and constantly switching positions, he just didn’t seem to fit in. He wasn’t attacking well, but he wasn’t defending well either. Unable to adapt to the flow of the game, he finished the game with no real impact.

He might be better as a striker instead of a midfielder, but he’s definitely not worth his transfer fee. That’s why he’s the only member of the PL’s big six to make it into this best eleven.