Struggling 23-year-old chooses to exit Tottenham this season

According to reports in Spain, a 23-year-old Tottenham attacker is growing tired of his lack of game time under Ange Postecoglou, so he wants to exit in summer.

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The beginning of the Ange Postecoglou era has been an incredible delight for many Tottenham players. There were some Spurs players who were fringe players before, but they have improved so much under the Aussie boss that they are now sure-starters. However, this is not a luxury afforded to everybody.

Indeed, there are some players who have fallen out-of-favour under Ange Postecoglou so with this in mind, it's no surprise that many players are linked with moves away from the club in the summer transfer window.

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Struggling 23-year-old chooses to exit Tottenham this season

One of those players to have fallen out-of-favour is the 23-year-old Spanish star Bryan Gil. When he first signed for Spurs in 2021, he was a promising young player with the future ahead of him. However, three years a few loan spells later, he does not look to be in Spurs' long-term vision.

According to a new report from Estadio Deportivo, Bryan Gil has decided to "activate his departure", meaning he will look for a new club come the summer transfer window. It is believed that Gil would prefer a move back to La Liga to play with Sevilla, where he spent his youth career, the start of his professional career and of course, last season on loan.

In my opinion, Spurs should not try to prevent the transfer from happening. Gil is clearly a talented player, as shown from his 10 Premier League appearances so far this season but he deserves to be a sure starter. So far, his 10 Premier League appearances this season have only featured two starts, which were only granted due to injuries deeming it necessary.

Gil is under contract until 2026 so Spurs do not NEED to sell him but given that he won't play otherwise, it would be unfair for Daniel Levy to rule out this sale. It's important to accept when a plan doesn't work out.


Where do you think Bryan Gil will play next season?