Why the German star wears the number 29 shirt

There are a select few squad numbers that the majority of attacking players covet the most – namely seven, nine, ten and 11.

The number 29 is certainly not one of them – unless your name is Kai Havertz.

The German forward has become synonymous with the lofty digits since his time at Bayer Leverkusen, and now-former Chelsea man Fikayo Tomori even switched shirts so Havertz could take on 29 when he signed for the Blues in 2020.

But why does Havertz have such a specific choice of preferred shirt number?

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