Tottenham attacker on his way out as three clubs express interest

Though a fresh start under new management seemed hopeful for Tottenham's Spanish winger, Bryan Gil has struggled to find game time with Ange Postecoglou at the helm, with interest from other clubs now coming to light.
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According to recent information reported by Vamos Mi Sevilla FC (via The Spurs Web), Tottenham winger Bryan Gil has garnered interest from three La Liga clubs, including Sevilla, Real Sociedad, and Mallorca.

As the outlet reports, Sevilla sporting director Victor Orta is interested in bringing the player back to Spain. With Sevilla currently struggling in the bottom half of the table, their financial standing without the prospect of Champions League football next season is concerning, the report states. With this in mind, a player like Gil who is currently valued by Transfermarkt at just €16.00m (£13.7m) may be a realistic purchase.

Bryan has only found his way into 221 minutes of action in a Spurs shirt this season, just about two-and-a-half 90-minute games, where he's naturally struggled to find any goals or assists (Transfermarkt).

With Spurs having completed ample business in the attacking third over the past couple of months, with the signings of Manor Solomon, Brennan Johnson, and now Timo Werner, the writing has arguably been on the wall for quite some time.

It's unfortunate to see a player leave a club after arriving with so much potential. In 2021, Tottenham bought the winger from Sevilla for €25m (£21.3m) (Transfermarkt). Now, he could be returning to his former club for just 64% of that outgoing fee.

It's still unclear how much Tottenham will want to sell the player for, or which club he could end up at, with Real Sociedad and Mallorca apparently expressing similar interest. Gil's contract with Spurs is set to run until 2026 (Transfermarkt), so with two seasons available before then, it's likely the North London club will try to squeeze him for more than he's worth, that is, if they accept offers from any of the aforementioned clubs.