Report: Valencia could ‘push’ Spurs for new loan request pending Luis Enrique decision – Spurs Web




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Bryan Gil’s potential inclusion in the Spanish national team, which is expected to be announced tomorrow, could prove key to Valencia’s hopes of keeping him at the club, according to El Desmarque.

The report claims Valencia are keen to keep the Tottenham Hotspur winger for another season, after returning to his homeland in the January transfer window.

The 20-year-old joined Tottenham from Sevilla in the summer, signing a five-year contract with the north London side, but struggled to make an impression in his first half-season in England, only doing nine appearances as a substitute in the Premier League, which equates to just 86 minutes of top-flight football (transfermarkt).

Gil impressed during his short spell at the Mestalla stadium and is now believed to be on Luis Enrique’s ‘pre-list’ ahead of his squad announcement for the next friendlies against Albania and Iceland later this month .

The report claims that Gil’s potential call-up to the national team would be further justification for Valencia to seek an extension from Tottenham with their belief that he won’t be a regular under Antonio Conte next season and could be in contention. for a place in Spain. squad for the World Cup later this year.

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Conte hinted earlier this year that some players despite their talent are not cut out for the Premier League (Guardian), though Spurs will allow him to stay in Spain for another season to try and maximize his value rather than see him being a bit part player in England remains to be seen.

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