Arsenal return to action this coming weekend with an away clash vs London rivals, Brentford.
The Gunners head into the game as favourites and can be backed at 4/5 with bet365 to pick up the win.
Nagelsmann explains Havertz decision
During the international break, one of Arsenal’s senior players was handed a rather unusual role for his country.
Germany coach Julian Nagelsmann explained his surprise decision to start Kai Havertz at left-back after his side fell to another defeat on Saturday night.
Turkey ran out 3-2 winners in Berlin despite Arsenal man Havertz opening the scoring early before his handball conceded a late penalty.
Havertz has been a striker, false-nine, no.8, no.10 and right-winger for Arsenal this season but has seemingly found a new home at left-back for his national side:
“We have different formations depending on how high the opponent stands and defends - Kai won’t always be in that position,” Nagelsmann told RTL before the game.
“I have a lot of ideas for him because he is an exceptionally good footballer. It’s a very good option. He won’t always play as the classic left-back that you might know.”