Bryan Gil has been speaking about the issues he has faced this season in a difficult campaign which saw him rarely feature for Tottenham Hotspur before moving on loan to Sevilla.
Since joining Spurs back in 2021, the young winger has struggled to pin down a first-team spot in North London.
Bryan Gil has amassed just 31 appearances for Tottenham and contributed just two assists, though most of his game time has been as a substitute (Transfermarkt).
Despite some promising cameos this season under Antonio Conte, Gil was sent back to his former club, Sevilla, in January on a loan deal until the end of the campaign.
It is currently unclear what the future holds for the 22-year-old, especially given the fact Spurs do not have a permanent manager to assess his suitability for the squad.
One thing is for certain, however, and that is Gil’s opinion on what has been a tough season at Tottenham. He has been speaking to Spanish outlet AS about the ongoing changes at the club.
He said: “So much change in such a short time is not a good thing. Not just for me, for anyone. Although it also helps you.
“The bad part is it affects your performance, because you have to adapt to another team, another way of playing and a new league… but at the same time it makes you mature and appreciate the good times.
“A lot has happened at Tottenham this season but I’m sure they’ll fix everything in the summer and next season will go well.
“I take the positives from England and there are things that I put into practice when I am playing here in Spain.”
On the work he did to improve his situation at Spurs, Gil added: “You work a lot in the gym in the Premier League.
“I did my part, I gave 100% to have more minutes with an individual physical trainer, taking care of the diet to the maximum.
“I gained a couple of kilos but with my metabolism it is very difficult to get as they want there.
“With a couple of kilos more it would be better, but I know that if I put on too much strength or weight I wouldn’t be as agile and that’s one of my main characteristics.”
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I feel really bad for Gil, as he was never given a proper chance at Spurs.
He is clearly far happier in Spain, but I do hope he comes back to England and gets an opportunity to work with our new manager.
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