Will Tottenham’s Brian Hill (21) leave the team in the winter transfer market?
British media ‘HITC’ cited a report from British ‘Sky Sports’ on the 26th (Korean time) and mentioned the possibility of Hill’s transfer.
The media said, “The joining of Arnaud Danjuma has raised the possibility of Hill returning to his former team. Hill can be loaned for the remainder of the 2022-23 season.” Hill started his career at Sevilla before joining Tottenham for the 2021-22 season.
Hill’s father, Alfonso Hill, also mentioned the possibility of his son’s return. “Sevilla is his home. Sevilla manager Jorge Sampaoli has been following Hill for three years,” he said. It is rumored that Sampaoli, who met Hill in Seville, wanted Hill while he was coaching Marseille.
Hill joined Tottenham from Sevilla in the summer of 2021. Tottenham were attracted to Hill’s potential. He was a resource responsible for the future o f Tottenham with his excellent speed and individual skills that could shake more than one defender.
He paid 25 million pounds (approximately 38.2 billion won), but it was difficult to use as his immediate starter. He played in 20 matches last season, including cup competitions, mostly as a substitute.
The same goes for this season. This is because Son Heung-min, Harry Kane, Dejan Kulusevski, and Richarlisong are well organized. Therefore, Tottenham tried to send him on loan. He actually had specific destinations such as Marseille, Valencia and Sampdoria. However, after difficulties in negotiations, he remained with the team. 스포츠토토
Hill got his chance when Kulusevski was injured during the season. However, the playing time was not long, and it was not enough to leave an impact. He has one assist in 10 games this season, and has made just three starts.
In this situation, Hill has another competitor. Every single share that was immediately leased. The media commented, “With Danzuma’s joining, Hill became Antonio Conte’s fifth option.”
Hill and Tottenham plan to explore loan transfers for the remainder of this season. Spanish media ‘Football España’ also said, “Tottenham allowed Hill to leave the loan transfer for the rest of the season. Spanish multiple clubs have already inquired about the possibility of signing Hill.”