Reports have emerged that British English Premier League (EPL) Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Brian Hill has made up his mind to leave Tottenham through the January transfer window. Hill has been embroiled in transfer rumors several times while failing to establish himself within Tottenham.
On the 17th local time, British media Football Transferburn reported this and pointed out that Hill did not secure enough playing time in Tottenham.
The media wrote, “Hill is an elegant and technical player, and in recent months he has been compared to Manchester City’s Bernardo Silva.” He added, 토토사이트 “It was evaluated as a ‘great talent’ by the British media, and Tottenham manager Antonio Conte did not give Hill a lot of opportunities to play, but the position that Hill is a very good player is firm.”
Hill was born in 2001 and joined Tottenham in July last year after playing in Seville, Spain. At that time, Hill swept the titles of ‘Shinseong’ and ‘Prospect’, gathering the expectations of many fans. Tottenham sent a transfer fee of 21 million pounds (KRW 33.3 billion) and Eric Lamela to Sevilla to recruit Hill.
Initially, Hill was expected to serve as a backup for Son Heung-min, but he seldom got a chance to start, and this situation intensified after Conte took over.
Even after going on loan to Valencia in his home country league, his situation did not improve. Hill has only played six minutes as a substitute in one Premier League match this season. Even if he combined all the European Football Association (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) and Carabao Cup appearance records, it is only 73 minutes in 6 games.
Citing Spanish media outlets, Football Transferburn explained, “Hill has decided to leave Tottenham in the form of a loan next month.” He was used in 17 games for Valencia last season and hit the ground.
However, according to Hill’s intention, many media analyzes say that the possibility that things will proceed in an instant is not high. Earlier this month, Expressive, another British media outlet, also predicted that “Conte will not release Hill until he signs a contract with a replacement for Hill in the transfer market in January.”