New Tottenham Hotspur signing Bryan Gil has expressed his pride after completing his move from Sevilla.
The winger made the switch to North London on a five-year contract with Erik Lamela heading to the La Liga club as part of the deal.
Gil enjoyed an impressive loan spell at Eibar last season and is currently on international duty with Spain at the Tokyo Olympics and is expected to link up with his new teammates at the conclusion of the games.
The 20-year-old has promised to give his all for his new club having revealed that he plans to continue with his dazzling dribbling style while also hoping to provide goals and assists.
Gil has been described as one of the most exciting young talents to come out of Spain.
He told the official Spurs site: “I’m coming to Spurs to win points and give everything in every minute. As a player, on top of hard work and sacrifice, I want to contribute dribbling, goals and assists.
“The Premier League is the world’s elite. The pace is non-stop, which is really attractive for players and fans. I can’t wait for the season to start!”
Gil will provide raw pace and a dribbing ability out on the flank that we have been lacking, his crossing ability will hopefully also provide another dynamic to our game, with Sergio Reguilon proving at times last season that a pin-point cross is exactly what our frontline need.
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