Kai Havertz Meets Arsenal’s Training Dog Called Win


Kai Havertz met Arsenal’s training dog called Win before his first training session with the Gunners.

The former Chelsea player signed with Arsenal on the 29th of June, 2023, and put pen to paper on a five-year contract.

The 24-year-old made a switch across London in a deal reportedly worth 65 million pounds as Arsenal look to strengthen their attack options ahead of the 2023/2024 English Premier League season.

Havertz’s former club have acquired several new players and needs to let go of some significant starters which includes the Germain International player.

The German International was quick to get along with his new teammates including Win who Arsenal acquired towards the end of last season.

Havertz and Arsenal’s training dog

Arsenal‘s head coach Mikel Arteta signed Win, the Chocolate Labrador in April 2023, to encourage connection and love, help round out the Arsenal family, and naturally contribute to positive vibes at London Colney.

Arsenal’s new signing Kai Havertz met with the dog in a video the club posted on their social media page on Sunday, July 9.

The former Bayer Leverkusen frontman was seen playing with the dog while asking his fellow player if it was a “He” or “She”.

In the clip, the 24-year-old former Chelsea player says: “I need to bring my dog as well to meet Win”.

Video clips of players like Gabriel Martinelli and others embracing Win show that the team’s dog is having the desired effect. She is adored by all Arsenal’s players.

On the other hand, Kai Havertz was in attendance at London Colney on Saturday, the 8th of June, after his postseason vacation in Spain. He was put through his paces for the first time as a Gunners player after securing his high-profile transfer.

Kai Havertz

The one-time UEFA Champions League winner who Mikel Arteta clearly admires playing in both attack and midfield at the Emirates Stadium next season, trained with the team and was spotted catching up with Jorginho, an old teammate and friend from Chelsea.

Havertz, who has only recently returned from his vacation, missed Saturday’s 1-1 draw against Championship club Watford in a friendly played behind closed doors.

What’s next for Kai Havertz?

Kai Havertz

The 24-year-old will join his teammates for pre-season tour in preparation for the 2023/2024 Premier League season.

In addition, On July 13 at the Max-Morlock-Stadion, Arsenal will host Nurnberg in a friendly as they continue to prepare for what they hope would be another Premier League title campaign next season.

After that, Arteta’s team, which by then will undoubtedly include both Rice and Timber, will depart for their pre-season tour of the United States, where they will take on an MLS All-Star XI as well as Manchester United and Barcelona.

The Gunners will then host Monaco in the Emirates Cup the following week, just four days before they face Manchester City in the Community Shield at Wembley.

On August 12, 2023, they’ll host the first game of the new Premier League season against Nottingham Forest at the Emirates Stadium.


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