The South American players at Tottenham Hotspur are apparently unhappy with Eric Dier, but don’t worry, it’s nothing too serious. Dejan Kulusevski has revealed it’s simply all down to their different tastes in music.
Spurs have a growing South American contingent at the club, with Uruguayan Rodrigo Bentancur, Argentinian Cristian Romero, and Brazilian Richarlison joining the likes of Lucas Moura, Emerson Royal, and Colombian Davinson Sanchez this year.
The North London club are flying at the moment and are currently unbeaten this season. While spirits among the squad appear to be high, there is actually a secret divide between the players.
Before we spark any scandalous rumours, we should clarify the disagreement between these certain players is not the kind of thing that can derail a season. Turns out, the South American players just don’t like Eric Dier’s taste in music very much.
That wouldn’t be such a problem, but due to the amount of time Dier has spent at the club, he’s established himself as the dressing room DJ.
Speaking to Spurs Play, Swedish attacker Dejan Kulusevski explained the situation.
He said: “The DJ is Eric Dier. We play a lot of rap, but the South Americans are very angry because they just want to hear this other kind of music but, no, we stick to rap.”
While the South American lads might not be a fan, Kulusevski is apparently pleased with Dier’s music choices. With so many different cultures within the Spurs squad, it must be hard to keep everyone happy.
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We love the idea of the South American boys demanding Eric Dier turns his rap music off, and Dier just turning up the volume and ignoring them. We’re pretty sure Kulusevski is playing up the situation for dramatic value and no one is actually angry with anyone.
The atmosphere among the team certainly seems to be in a good place at the moment, so let’s hope a little bit of rap music doesn’t get in the way of that.
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