Tottenham Hotspur have decided they will let winger Bryan Gil leave the club permanently if Sevilla are to make a move for the player, according to a report from Vamos Mi Sevilla,
Gil only arrived at Tottenham in the summer of 2021, and came from Sevilla with great promise. The Spaniard cost Spurs a reported £21.6 million, with Erik Lamela heading to the La Liga club as part of the deal (Sky Sports).
The youngster has not had it easy in North London and has failed to establish himself as a first team regular under Antonio Conte. Gil spent the second half of last season on loan with Valencia, and speculation has remained that he would return to Spain at some point this year (Estadio Deportivo).
With just ten appearances this term (Transfermarkt) with most coming from the bench, however, there still appears to be a long list of clubs keen on securing Gil’s services.
Dutch side PSV earlier this week emerged as an interested party (Ralf Enrink). It was also reported that Gil has been offered to Sporting Lisbon as part of the prospective Pedro Porro deal (The Times) and was offered to Roma in a similar situation for negotiations over Nicolo Zaniolo (Football Insider).
The latest report from Spain suggests Sevilla may be able to bring Gil back after less than two years away from the club, and it sounds like Spurs would prefer to let the player go permanently. It’s believed the Lilywhites are looking for ‘a definitive transfer’ for Gil.
Spurs Web Opinion
This is really disappointing if true. There’s definitely flashes of brilliance with Gil if we just give him the game time, and he is a player we should keep hold of for the future. If we do let him leave in January, it should only be a loan deal.
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