England’s Tottenham Hotspur are set to keep hold of their ‘100 billion man’, 26, who has struggled to get out of a slump since joining the club.
“Tottenham are unwilling to sell him in January next year despite interest from Saudi Arabia,” the British publication Courts Offside said on Jan. 18 (KST), adding, “Tottenham want to give him a chance.”
Earlier, local British media, including the Telegraph, reported that Saudi league clubs were preparing to make a bid for the player.레모나토토
The Saudi league has used its vast wealth to attract world-class players. Superstars Cristiano Ronaldo (Al Nasr) joined the league in January, followed by Neymar (Al Hilal), Karim Benzema (Al Ittihad), and Sadio Mane (Al Nasr). The Brazilian striker is also on the radar of the Saudi League.
The Brazilian striker has been going through a rough patch. Tottenham signed him for £60 million last year. Spurs had high hopes for the player after spending so much money on him. However, the Frenchman has struggled to break out of his slump. Last season, he played 27 league games, scoring one goal and providing three assists. This season, he has one goal and three assists in 10 league games.
Recently, he has been sidelined with a groin injury. It’s a confluence of bad news. Nevertheless, Tottenham are willing to give him another chance.
However, Tottenham could change their minds if he continues to struggle. The Saudi league is no stranger to money. Even if the transfer fee is high, they can afford it.
“Tottenham need a proper striker. The money from the sale could be used to buy a striker.” “It’s hard to see him playing, so it would be best for Spurs to cut their losses and sign a new striker next January.”